Guidance models are forecasting the high over New England to keep sliding east into the Atlantic. This will bring more of a southerly flow tomorrow and pull in more moisture at the surface. High pressure aloft is expected to remain tomorrow and help keep things capped. However, NWS-FFC is keeping a very slim chance of rain for the Atlanta area. I am not very confident of adding a chance of precip to the forecast based on the mid-level high that's expected to remain.
I've been forecasting a little cooler than actual lows; therefore, I might raise the low temp Wednesday morning slightly above MOS guidance. Expect fair conditions tonight with a low near 72. For Wednesday, expect partly cloudy skies, a little muggy with a high near 90.