Watching an area of low pressure over the Carolinas which will slowly move back westward over the Chattahoochee Valley later today increasing rain chances.
This unsettled pattern will continue for at least a couple of days before we finally break the pattern around mid-week.
The upper level eventually flats out back into more somewhat zonal flow by the end of the week. However, keeping the rain chances to isolated given that temperatures will be back into the lower 90s which will cause showers and thunderstorms to bubble up during the maximum heating hours of the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures in the short-term will be below average and temperatures will be returning to average my the second half of the week.