Less humid air will arrive at the start of the new week and last through midweek for the Atlanta area.
Dry weather and partial sunshine will accompany the low humidity making for comfortable conditions outside through Tuesday.
Temperatures, under the influence of less humid air, will be in the mid-80s from Monday through Wednesday, slightly below normal for this time of year.
Dry weather is expected to persist through the second part of the week before the threat of showers and thunderstorms return over the weekend.
Temperatures will resemble those typical for late August on Thursday and Friday with highs near 90 F both days.
The dry conditions is good news for those headed to the ballpark on Friday for the opening game of a three-game series against the Florida Marlins at Turner Field. Friday night's first pitch is slated for 7:35 p.m. EDT.
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