Roswell residents will soon see rain — and mild temperatures — return this week.
After a cold weekend, a chance of rain will linger tonight and into Tuesday night. However, sunny skies will return on Wednesday and a warm-up will move into the city on Thursday, and will remain in the area through Sunday.
"A low pressure system will impact north and central Georgia Monday night into Wednesday," according to the National Weather Service's hazardous weather outlook. "Minimal instability Tuesday will allow for a slight chance of thunderstorms ahead of the associated cold front."
While the precipitation will mostly be rain, there's a slight chance that rain could turn into snow showers across portions of extreme north Georgia Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
In Roswell, temperatures today will reach the mid 50s and will drop to around 42 tonight. Tonight will also bring with it a 30 percent chance of rain in the area.
Showers are expected Tuesday and the high will reach 62. Tuesday is also expected to be breezy, with winds from the south ranging from five to 10 miles per hour. Gusts could reach 20 miles per hour. An 70 percent chance of rain will affect the area and new rainfall totals could be between a quarter and a half of an inch.
Tuesday night will also bring rain and the low temperature will hover around freezing. Winds will be around 10 miles per hour, with gusts reaching 20 miles per hour.
Wednesday will be cold and windy, but partly sunny. The high will reach into the mid 40s and the low will be around 31 degrees. Winds are expected to come from the west at 10 miles per hour, with gusts reaching 35 miles per hour.
Both Thursday and Friday will be sunny, with highs ranging from the upper 50s to the low 60s. The low temperature on both days will be in the 30s.
The weekend is predicted to be gorgeous, with mostly sunny skies and a high near 66 on Saturday. Saturday night will be mostly cloudy with low in the lower 40s.
Sunday is expected to be partly sunny with a high near 65 degrees.