Atlanta to End Weekend on a Drier Note

By , Senior Meteorologist
December 14, 2013; 2:59 PM ET
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The rain that started the weekend in Atlanta has since moved off to the east, being replaced by cooler air.

After a bit of rain kept Atlanta damp through Saturday evening, dry weather has returned for the second half of the weekend.

Clouds will hang on longer, not breaking for sunshine until the midday and afternoon hours of Sunday. Despite the return of sunshine, cooler air will hold temperatures to the upper 40s. RealFeel® temperatures will struggle to rise into the lower 40s as brisk winds blow.

Abundant sunshine and milder temperatures will prevail for Monday and Tuesday.

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