The next several days will bring showers and thunderstorms to the Atlanta area, accompanied by above-normal temperatures.
Temperatures through the rest of the week are expected to reach the upper 80s with thunderstorms developing during the afternoon before tapering off in the evening.
Hot and humid air will provide the fuel for scattered storms to develop.
There will be time for sunshine as well. Folks heading outside will want to be proactive and apply sunscreen. The UV index will reach 10, which is extreme.
Overnight lows will hover around 70 F through Friday.
This typical summerlike weather pattern looks to continue right through the weekend with highs in the upper 80s and showers and thunderstorms around during the afternoon and evening.
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