After Hurricane Arthur battered its way up the East Coast, Atlanta will have a stretch of sunshine that could be interrupted by a stray thunderstorm on Sunday.
Temperatures will continue to rise and hit near 90 F early this week. The higher temperatures will be accompanied with a humid feel for some days.
Overnight temperatures will follow the same trend and could even reach the low 70s toward the start of this week.
For many other outdoor activities planned this weekend, those spending extended amount of time in the sun should take proper precaution and apply sunscreen frequently. As temperatures rise, it is important to stay hydrated as well.
Fans heading to Turner Field to watch the Braves take on the Arizona Diamondbacks over the weekend, Sunday's game could see an impact from an afternoon thunderstorm. If storms occur, seek shelter inside and listen to any lightning warnings.
The warmer weather should continue into this week as storms may continue to pop up.
Following deadly and damaging flooding in West Virginia, the risk of heavy rain and isolated flash flooding and mudslides will increase around Independence Day.
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A pungent blue-green algal bloom overspreading the South Florida coast has prompted the declaration of a state emergency for two counties.
Warmer air and dry weather will allow southern Germany to enjoy the best conditions across the nation to start the new week.
Flood recovery continued in West Virginia, while three people were killed by lightning across the United States this week.
Charleston, SC (1843)
An alligator carried by a thunderstorm fell onto Anson Street.
Philadelphia, PA (1901)
A daily minimum temperature of just 82 degrees.
Wichita Falls, TX (1980)
114 degrees, breaking old record by 10 degrees. This is the 9th consecutive day of 100 degrees plus. Many other cities in Texas have reached or exceeded 100 degrees every day for more than a week.