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After some milder weather to start spring, cooler, rainy weather will settle in the Atlanta area through Friday.
There will be dry conditions Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, but rain will rule the remaining days of the week.
Tuesday's rain will be part of a storm system that could strengthen along the East Coast and bring snow from the Carolinas to New England.
Temperatures will linger in the upper 50s but warmer air arrives for Thursday and Friday.
It could be 70 F on Friday, slightly above the normal high of the mid-60s for this time of year in Atlanta.
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