Some of the models are indicating the high to start to move off the North Carolina coast sometime tomorrow, bringing more a east to southeast flow. Temps should be a little warmer. Otherwise, not much of a change to the status quo.
Tonight's low temp prediction is something I find slightly tricky with the MOS GFS going for 59 and the MOS NAM shooting for 66. The NAM is predicting a little more moisture than the GFS, which could be the reason for the discrepancies. There is not much of a wind flow expected at 1000 mb at 12 Z (8 a.m. EDT), so any moisture or temp advection is a little hard to determine. I think I will stick with current trends from today and may call for a slightly warmer low than this morning. Tonight, expect mostly clear conditions in Atlanta with a low near 63.
Wednesday should be more of the same with mostly sunny skies with a high near 90. There should be more of a southeasterly flow during the day, so my predicted high slightly above MOS guidance.