Tropical Storm Danny made landfall Monday at 8 pm EDT on Pritchards Island, South Carolina. It had winds of 40 mph at the time. 

(Atlanta's weather forecast)

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Rain Ending for north Georgia

As the remnants of Danny move further from North Georgia, we'll continue to see our rain chances diminish.

Rain beyond Tuesday

More rain is expected later this week due to a cold front. The good news, the rain clears out just in time for the Holiday weekend!

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Active hurricane season forecast

Four named storms have developed so far this hurricane season: Ana, Barry, Claudette and Danny.

Claudette was responsible for producing more than 2 inches of rain in Atlanta in one day earlier this month.

An above average hurricane season is forecast in the Atlantic basin. The peak of hurricane season is September and the end of the season is on Nov. 30.

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