The Georgia Cloud cover keeps cold in front of the rain, the heat

ATLANTA FORECAST

Sunday: High: 44

Sunday Night: Low: 40

Monday: High: 58

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We started Sunday in the 40s, but will we ever escape? Probably not, meteorologist Eboni Dean, News Action Channel 2 said.

The temperatures should not change more than five degrees or so all day, with a high forecast 44.

This is because there was a cold air wing on the way in the north of Georgia during the morning, which was very successful, Deon said.

"That is when we'll see it intense, which will put the cold air down from the mountains and keep it very cold for the rest of your weekend," she said.

The front also means that the wind should go slightly, which makes it feel colder outside. There can also be some precipitation throughout the afternoon, Deon said. The total chance of precipitation is 30%.

In any case, it should not be on Sunday, and the weather will not affect the traffic.

The impact of traffic on one lane of the full-time system collector-distributor Ga. 400 closing between Glenridge Connector and I-285 for roadworks, by the city of Sandy Springs.

Two lanes of the external loop will be closed from Flat Shoals to I-20 Road in DeKalb County for roadworks to 5 a.m. Monday, the WSB 24 hour Traffic Center reported.

After a cold end of the weekend, Atlanta will return to the upper 50s and 60s low, but the rainfall chances will go up, Deon said. Monday is a 40 percent chance and Tuesday has a 90 percent chance of rainfall.

The 5 day weather view. (Photo: Channel 2 Action News)

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