After a warm start to November, chilly conditions will drive into Atlanta for the week.
Temperatures are expected in the lower 60s through Friday, and remaining below the normal upper 60s.
A few showers are expected to move into the region Thursday morning with a weakening front as it progresses eastward.
Dry weather returns Friday and Saturday with a warm-up into the mid-60s.
The overnight hours will feature lows into the upper 50s through Wednesday night, but by Thursday evening lows will plummet to around the 40-degree mark. As the daytime highs warm into the weekend, so too will the nighttime lows.
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