The powerful storms system that killed at least six people in the Midwest will be on its last legs as it passes through metro Atlanta Monday morning.
WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says you will wake up to see some puddles Monday morning from the scattered showers that came through overnight.
The last showers will end early Monday followed by decreasing clouds. Mellish is calling for a high in the mid 60s to low 70s, with lows down in the low 40s.
The rest of the week is shaping up to be pretty nice.
“Most of the coming week will be dry with seasonably cool temperatures,” says Mellish.
The beautiful weather will continue into Tuesday, but it will be cooler. Look for highs around 60 and lows around 37.
Temperatures will drop a few more degrees on Wednesday but the sunshine remains. Mellish calls for highs around 58 and lows in the upper 30s to low 40s.
The end of the week will see a slight warm-up. Mellish is calling for partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies Thursday and Friday, with the threat of drizzle small enough to ignore for now. Expect highs of 60-65.