After several days of humidity and storms, conditions will remain pleasant through the weekend, with the chance for thunderstorms returning by Sunday afternoon.
Enjoyable weather will be in store for the Atlanta Braves home games through Saturday.
Temperatures will remain in the low 90s through the weekend with pleasant conditions and sunshine.
Those with outdoor activities planned for Saturday will see sunshine with a mix of clouds on Saturday. The threat of thunderstorms will return toward the end of the weekend on Sunday afternoon and will linger into early next week.
The normal high temperature for this time of year in Atlanta is 88 F.
Overnight temperatures will hover in the low 70s.
Looking ahead into next week, temperatures will remain in the high-80s with clouds and a chance for thunderstorms.
Monday will featured afternoon thunderstorms. The chance for storms will continue into Wednesday.
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