The storms are done and the heavy rain is just about out DeKalb County. We still could see some showers through 9 p.m. but then the drier and cooler air arrives.
For those with New Year's plans tonight, the storms will be out of here by at least 7 PM, having zero impact on festivities. At 12 a.m. conditions will be warm with temperatures in the low to mid 50s under mostly cloudy skies.
New Year's Day will end up fairly dry and mild as well, with highs in near 60 degrees. The next round of steady rain arrives Wednesday and lingers through Thursday and potentially even Friday.
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