Today: Mostly sunny and windy. High: 53
Tonight: Mostly clear. Low: 34
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. High: 51
» For a detailed forecast, visit The Atlanta Journal-Constitution weather page.
A freeze warning that was in effect early Tuesday has expired, but the cold is expected to linger, according to Channel 2 Action News.
Metro Atlanta and other parts of North Georgia still face a freeze watch Tuesday night that is set to last through Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service reported.
That means subfreezing temperatures are possible.
“It will be even colder Wednesday morning,” Channel 2 meteorologist Karen Minton said. “Let the pets stay inside.”
A freeze watch for metro Atlanta and other parts of North Georgia is set to take effect Tuesday night and last through Wednesday morning. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)
Currently, the temperature is 43 degrees in Atlanta, but the wind chill is making it feel like 36.
“Through the day, you’re going to find temperatures slow to rise,” Minton said.
The high is expected to hit 53 degrees in Atlanta, more than 10 degrees lower than the average high of 64 for this time of year, according to Channel 2.
Highs are expected to stay in the low 50s one more day before increasing to the low 60s Thursday. By Friday, the high is expected to get near 70.
Warmer than average temps are expected March 18-22, Channel 2 reported.