Storms, Cooler Temperatures Return This Week
Johns Creek could see strong, possibly severe thunderstorms today that could last into tonight.
Don't get too comfortable with the sunny skies and warm temperatures that graced Johns Creek with their presence over the weekend.
Johns Creek residents will see another batch of storms and cooler temperatures throughout the week.
The storms, some of which could turn severe, will move into the area early afternoon on Monday and will stick around into Monday night.
"Low pressure is expected to develop over western Tennessee and Kentucky later this morning as a cold front develops over the southern plains and lower gulf coast," according to a statement issued by the National Weather Service's Hazard Weather Outlook. "Ahead of this front, an area of showers and embedded thunderstorms will move across Alabama and into west Georgia later this morning. Storms will intensify through early afternoon and spread over the remainder of the area with the threat for strong to severe storms with large hail, damaging winds and a risk of an isolated tornado."
The 7-day forecast for Johns Creek shows cooler temps and a chance of rain returning during the latter part of the week.
Today's highs will top 65 degrees while the low will dip down to 46 degrees.
Tuesday will bring showers mainly before 7 a.m., but later turning to mostly sunny skies with a high of 64. Tuesday night will be partly cloudy with a low around 36 degrees.
Wednesday is also expected to be sunny and temperatures will rise into the mid-60s. Winds are expected to pick up from the west and will range between 10 and 15 miles per hour. Wind gusts could also reach 25 miles per hour.
The sun will stick around on Thursday, but expect a much cooler day. Thursday's high will be in the mid 50s and the low for Thursday night will drop to the mid 30s.
A chance of rain returns on Friday and will be present throughout Saturday. Johns Creek could see a 40 percent chance of precipitation on both days. Otherwise, the days will be overcast and cool.
The highs for both days will reach into the mid 50s and the lows will vary between the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Sunday is expected to bring a 20 percent chance of rain, mostly cloudy skies and a high reaching into the lower 50s.