More dry hours than wet today and while an isolated strong storm is possible this afternoon nothing widespread is expected.
Saturday there is a risk of severe weather somewhere in the Metro area with damaging winds POSSIBLE in SOME but not all storms.
This will result from a QLCS (quasi-linear convective system) or MCC (meso-scale convective complex) which starts in the Arklatex region by tonight heading across parts of TN/MS/AL and into Florida and Georgia Saturday as it weakens.
The highest risk looks to be West and South of Atlanta Saturday and maybe again in SE Georgia late afternoon or evening.
A rain delay is not out of the question for both the Braves and for the Masters but neither looks to have a rain-out.
Sunday afternoon looks nice and we start next week with warm dry air, followed by a chance of some showers again next Wednesday-Friday with cooler than normal temperatures returning by next weekend. No frost or freeze expected for the Metro with the coming cool down as it looks now at least.
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