Partly cloudy, hot in Atlanta Friday
2017-07-21T04:19:01Z2017-07-21T04:19:01ZBy Rodney Harris, Weather & Digital Content Producer
ATLANTA (CBS46) -
Expect another hot day in Atlanta Friday with partly cloudy skies and isolated storms. Will it rain?Isolated storms possible.What you need to knowFriday will be similar to Thursday in metro Atlanta with slightly warmer temperatures in the mid 90's.
Mostly sunny, hot in Atlanta Thursday
2017-07-20T04:02:21Z2017-07-20T04:02:21ZBy Rodney Harris, Weather & Digital Content Producer
ATLANTA (CBS46) -
Expect mostly sunny skies in Atlanta Thursday with some of the hottest temperatures of the year.Will it rain?NoWhat you need to knowAfternoon temperatures are expected to climb into the mid 90's in metro Atlanta Thursday, so be sure and drink plenty of water.
WEATHER 16 days of 90 or warmer in Atlanta so far 2017-07-19T22:50:11Z2017-07-19T22:52:18ZBy Rodney Harris, Weather & Digital Content Producer (Source: WGCL) ATLANTA (CBS46) - Atlanta has seen 16 total 90-degree-days so far this year, which are the number of days where the temperature is 90 degrees or warmer.Since the normal high in Atlanta only reaches 89 degrees at the warmest, each 90-degree-day is above average.Hottest days this yearThe hottest day so far this year was Wednesday with a...
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