After a weekend filled with flood warnings and event cancellations, including that of the Farmers Market on Saturday, Alpharetta will start to see some relief from the rain on Tuesday, with mostly sunny skies predicted to move in on Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service's Alpharetta forecast, showers are likely to continue Monday, with a high near 60. New rainfall amounts will total a 10th to 1/4th inch, with amounts higher in thunderstorms.
The flood warning for Big Creek in North Fulton and Forsyth continues with minor flooding and some yards affected. The Big Creek Greenway is closed and flooded with up to four feet of water in some areas. The river will fall below flood stage early Tuesday afternoon.
See also: Flood Warning: Waters Rising on Big Creek Greenway
A hazardous weather outlook continues for North and Central Georgia, including Alpharetta and North Fulton, Monday and Monday night as rain will continue into Tuesday.
Tuesday will be partly sunny, with a 30 percent chance of rain and a high of 67.
Things get better on Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and highs near 76. And on Thursday, the highs will reach 79 with mostly sunny skies, just in time for the return of Taste of Alpharetta.
The upcoming weekend should be somewhat of an improvement over this past weekend, with a 40 percent chance of rain and temperatures in the mid- to high- 70s.