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    Showers End, Warmer for the Weekend in Atlanta

    By By Brian Thompson, Meteorologist
    November 29, 2012, 12:38:54 AM EST

    It's been a gloomy Tuesday across northern and central Georgia with a lot of clouds and showers hanging around.

    The heaviest rain has been focused south of Atlanta across central and southern Georgia, which is great news for this drought-ravaged part of the state. While much more rain is needed in this area, every little bit helps.

    The rain was caused by a cold front crossing the area, although the air behind the front is not all that cold. High temperatures will still be in the 60s over the next few days.

    A dome of warm air developing over the Plains states will build eastward and give temperatures a boost just in time for the upcoming weekend.

    Temperatures will make a run at 70 degrees both Saturday and Sunday, which is about 10 degrees above average for this time of year.

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