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Warm temps expected through night


Highlights

Temps will stay in the 70s overnight Thursday, according to Channel 2.

ATLANTA FORECAST

Today: Isolated showers. High: 82

Tonight: Mostly clear. Low: 63

Tomorrow: Partly cloudy. High: 83

» For a detailed forecast, visit The Atlanta Journal-Constitution weather page.

After lingering for hours Thursday, the fog lifted and isolated rain showers moved out of the area.

Temperatures overnight are expected to stay in the 70-degree range with clear skies, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Friday morning is expected to start out dry, meteorologist Brad Nitz said.

Metro Atlanta faces a 30 percent chance of rain later in the day on Friday and rain chances increase heading into Saturday. 

Atlanta’s high on Thursday was 82 degrees. The average high for this time of year is 74.

Currently, the temperature is 76 degrees.

Despite the high temperatures, earlier wet weather helped keep pollen levels down.

RELATED: Metro Atlanta pollen count and allergy index

The pollen count Thursday was exactly what it was Wednesday, 110 particles of pollen per cubic meter of air, according to Atlanta Allergy and Asthma.



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