Today: Rain and storms. High: 80
Tonight: More showers likely. Low: 72
Tomorrow: Scattered storms. High: 85
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While muggy air remains after Tropical Depression Nate, which quickly moved through North Georgia, showers in metro Atlanta are expected to diminish overnight, according to Channel 2 Action News.
The storm system knocked down a tree on Mountain Ivy Drive in Roswell, sent a tree down in the 2400 block of West Wesley Road and led to flooding in Marietta near Church Street.
Another tree severely damaged a DeKalb County home when it fell overnight, meteorologist Brian Monahan reported.
A DeKalb County home sustained severe damage after a tree fell on it overnight. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)
Other effects of the storm system were minimal.
Power outages that were up to about 6,000 Sunday were down to 34 outages affecting 386 people Monday as of 9 p.m., according to Georgia Power. The state’s EMCs reported no outages.
And those scattered showers that remain are expected to dry out overnight, Channel 2 reported.
“The widespread rain is already starting to dissipate as it heads out to the east,” Channel 2 meteorologist Brad Nitz said.
Those on-again, off-again showers are keeping temperatures around the 75-degree average high for this time of year.
But temperatures are expected to run about 10 degrees above averge Thursday through the end of the week, Channel 2 reported.
A tropical air mass is to blame for the muggy weather, Nitz said. It could remain through Thursday afternoon.