Atlanta: Temperatures Warm for the Weekend

By Jordan Root, Meteorologist
October 2, 2013; 4:20 AM ET
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Warmer temperatures arrived midweek for the Atlanta area and will stay into the weekend.

High pressure will remain in place across the region. A cold front will slowly move into the South, but will fizzle out before reaching Atlanta, keeping showers and cool air away.

Forecast High Temperatures for US
Southeast Regional Weather Radar
Georgia Weather Radar

The arrival of warmer air will bring highs approaching the middle 80s. After an increase of clouds on Wednesday, sunnier conditions will move in toward the end of the week.

Folks heading to the Braves' playoff game against the Dodgers toward the end of the week will experience beautiful baseball weather.


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