Tonight, heavy showers come back to the area. Those will change over to thunderstorms late, and some of them will be severe. East winds will be 10-15mph gusting up to 25mph. Overnight temperatures will remain relatively steady in the low 50s.
Showers and thunderstorms continue through Wednesday morning, and then taper off as we approach the afternoon. Temperatures will peak in the early morning, and then gradually fall throughout the day. For example we will have temperatures around 50° at 8am, then mid 40s by noon, then down to the low 40s by 3pm. Some snow flurries are possible in the higher elevations of Georgia late afternoon and into the evening. Total accumulations would likely be up to ½ inch at best. It will also be breezy from the South around 15-20mph, gusting up to 30mph.
Sunshine finally returns in full force on Thursday, but temperatures really struggle to get higher than the upper 40s for the day.