Low pressure systems to bring dry spell



Monday: High: 90

Monday night: Low: 70

Tuesday: High: 91

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A couple of low-pressure systems will mean dry air coming into North Georgia early this week — and, for a change, less rain.

No rain is in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday, and there’s just a 10 percent chance for Wednesday.
“Rain chances will start to build again later in the week as scattered storms return to the forecast,” Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Brian Monahan said. “That pattern will last into the weekend.”

More than 43 inches of rain have fallen in Atlanta this year, Monahan said. The average is just over 31 inches.


As for traffic at the start of a new work week, some commuters in Gwinnett County will find relief. A key road has reopened near Gwinnett Place mall. A portion of Venture Drive was closed in June when two sinkholes formed.

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2018-08-13 00:52:48

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