After a spell of low temperatures this week, Atlanta will have highs in the low 70s early in the weekend before cooler air moves in.
With temperatures lingering below average midweek, temperatures will climb closer to normal Saturday accompanied by cloudy skies.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said that moisture will begin to build in the area on Saturday.
"There will be more clouds in the area, and there may be a shower," he said.
Temperatures will dip back into the 60s late in the weekend as cooler air moves in.
"It will turn cooler on Sunday with a period of rain likely," Edwards said.
Overnight temperatures will be in the lower 50s before plummeting to just above freezing Sunday overnight.
The start of the next workweek will bring increased cloud cover and some showers, with the potentially for freezing overnight on Tuesday.
By midweek, a chance for sunshine will return with slightly warmer weather.
Warmer air will build from California to Washington into Tuesday raising temperatures to near-record levels.
Waves of arctic air invading the eastern half of the United States this week will culminate with the coldest weather of the season so far for some areas by the second weekend of February.
The new week will bring more opportunities for snow to create slick travel in the northeastern United States, starting with a winter storm set to sideswipe New England on Monday.
As the first of several waves of arctic air sweep southeastward across the Midwest, just enough snow will occur to cause slippery travel over a broad area into Monday.
Cold air and leftover snow showers are in store for the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday but should not significantly impact voter turnout.
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