Monday: High: 53
Monday: Low: 51
Tuesday: High: 67
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Despite the constant cloud cover Monday, Atlanta successfully exceeded the certificate and achieved 55 degrees, according to Channel 2 Action News.
The road fog also has problems, and the WSB's 24 hour Traffic Center has shown the conditions as "FOGly."
The most slowest idyllic during the evening competition is I-285 in the counties of Cobb and DeKalb, but the volume is combined with the dropped conditions more than the races, according to the Traffic Center. The North I-75 in Cobb County is the same story.
However, the fault on the right I-20 West lane before Fulton Industrial Boulevard was blocked, indicated by the Traffic Center.
There are also some delays. Construction blocks on a north right lane on Peachtree Street at the 26th Street, the Traffic Center was reported.
Commuters will cause change to Ga. 400 in Sandy Springs. The Transportation Division of Georgia closed the single collector-distributor lane between Glenridge Connector and I-285.
This will affect north-north traffic and the staff work on the 285/400 Reform project, reported by the Traffic Center.
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The aim of the project is to reduce congestion near I-285 / Ga. 400 interchange.
Karen Minton, Channel 2's Meteorologist, has reduced the air to cool over the North American air force weekend. Reduce the morning to the fourth quarter of Monday morning in spots around Atlanta.
Kiriazes Becca Schools across the 7th Street at Peachtree Street in the mist. The quarterly figure fell in Atlanta on Monday morning. JOHN SPINK / JSPINK@AJC.COM
Another way to use in some change has changed, but Minton said he will not completely dispose of the dinge until Tuesday.
"We need to change so much from the afternoon (Sunday), so on the colder side," she said. "Stick the clouds around. We do not see huge warming today."
Temps should be recovered up to 70 degrees in the afternoon of Tuesday, according to Channel 2.
Unlawful rain could stick around the afternoon of Monday, meteorologist Channel 2, Brian Monahan said. There are 60 percent chance of some rooms.
"So travel may slow at tonight," he said.
On Tuesday, Monahan said that there may be a heavier rain with cold starters through the state. Half-inch can be found throughout North Georgia.
"That cold is coming straight after the morning mood (Tuesday)," he said. "I think the morning spending will not be too late tomorrow, it will be tomorrow late and early in the evening."
Monahan said there is a moderate risk of having some stronger wind flows and stormy storms. There is a chance of 100 percent of rain on Tuesday, but it should be clear at the evening, he said.
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