After record-breaking cold for Atlanta earlier in the week, warmer temperatures will rebound, reaching into the 60s for the weekend.
By Friday the high temperatures neared the 50s, but Saturday will bring temperatures above the 60-degree mark.
Fog will accompany rain late Friday night into Saturday morning. Those who are headed out should use caution driving as fog may create low visibilities around the city.
Saturday will be quite wet with the most rain occurring on Saturday.
Despite the warmth Saturday, rain will dampen the city throughout the day along with some breezy winds. However, by the evening hours the sky will be clear.
Heading into next week, the sunshine will return to Atlanta with mostly sunny skies on Sunday.
At least partly sunny skies are in the forecast through next week with the city's next chance of rain coming next weekend.
The winter chill will not relax its grip on the Twin Cities through the first half of the coming week.
It's shaping up to be a wet and stormy end to the weekend across the Southeast with the risk of flooding and severe thunderstorms.
A spike in severe thunderstorms, capable of producing tornadoes, will follow a slow start to severe weather season in 2014.
Sunday's NASCAR race in Bristol, Tenn., may turn into a washout following a dry start to the weekend.
Mother Nature will bring another blast of winter weather from Missouri to Delaware before spring arrives.
1/2" of ice coated roads in the southwest part of the state; as much s 6" of ice covered elevated surfaces, such as tree branches, wires, and radio towers. Power was out in some towns for 6 days.
1-2 feet of snow from Grant to Estes Park (15th-16th).
New York State (1870)
Heavy snowstorm blocked 24 trains between Springfield and Albany.