After a few days of showers and storms, dry weather has made a return just in time for the weekend.
Atlanta will see a slight rise in temperatures heading into the weekend with highs reaching the upper 70s Saturday with a slight breeze.
If you have any outdoor plans this weekend, Saturday looks to be the better day for them as a few showers and thunderstorms will be around for Sunday.
These showers and storms will not stick around for long as high pressure will promote dry weather for the start of the new week.
Sunshine will be common both Monday and Tuesday under this high pressure with temperatures within a few degrees of 80 F both days.
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