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For the third straight day, high temperatures in Atlanta are breaking records for how low they are.
Saturday’s high was 66 degrees as against the normal high in the upper 80s.
The temperatures put a chill over, “It’s kind of a freak of nature that it’s even cold – it’s August and we’re wearing jeans and coats, and it’s very weird,” said Regan Koski, event manager for Decatur’s Blues, Barbecue and Bluegrass Festival.
“I’m from Atlanta, and I still can’t believe this weather. It’s crazy,” Wynn said. “I would expect this in November. Not in August. Not in Atlanta.”
Thursday had the coldest high temperature on record since 1908, when the high was only 77 degrees.
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