Warm weather will settle into the Atlanta area which should make for an enjoyable weekend.
It will be very nice for outdoor activities, including the ongoing Atlanta Braves' homestand at Turner Field.
The high temperatures through the weekend will be in the mid to high 70s and the skies will be mostly clear.
Jackets may be required for the Braves' evening weekend contests against the Washington Nationals, on Friday and Saturday with low temperatures in the high 50s. First pitch is set for 7:35 p.m. and 7:10 p.m. respectively.
Saturday and Sunday may even take a run at 80 degrees F. The normal high in Atlanta is in the low 70s.
The string of beautiful weather will come to an end with showers on Monday, but it will remain warm in the low 70s.
Content Contributed by AccuWeather.com Staff Writer Kevin Byrne
A major winter storm will unfold across the Northeast early this week, eventually becoming an all-out blizzard over parts of New England and the New York City area.
An Alberta Clipper storm moving in from the Midwest will bring snow to areas in the mid-Atlantic missed by a coastal storm on Saturday.
Significant snow is expected to move into Atlantic Canada over the weekend.
A disruptive snow will sink into south-central and southeastern Europe late this weekend.
In an effort to improve air quality across Utah during the winter season, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has proposed a seasonal wood burn ban, much to the chagrin of many locals.
A winter storm is spreading accumulating snow from the mid-Atlantic to southern New England.
Mid Atlantic (2000)
Heavy snowfall strikes region. 20.7" fell in Raleigh, NC 14.6" fell in Baltimore, MD. 9.3" fell at Washington, DC. 8" fell at Philadelphia, PA.
Richmond, VA (1940)
Minus 6 degrees -- first day of cold wave on record. Temperatures fell below zero for six consecutive days. All record lows.
Amarillo, TX (1965)
75 mph winds sent dust to 31,000 feet in a bad dust storm.