DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Most of today was void of rain but seasonably warm and very humid for a majority of us. The evening hours saw a couple showers and storms pop up throughout the Tri-State as an outflow boundary moved across our area.
Wednesday has the highest chance for showers and storms this week. The first half of the day should be dry, but the late afternoon and evening hours are the most likely time frame for our 60% chance for rain. A couple of these storms could be on the strong side. Temperatures will peak in the upper 80s before dropping back to the 70s as rain becomes more widespread.
Thursday will likely be our driest day of the week with mostly sunny skies and temperatures right around 90 degrees!
Friday-Sunday all have a 40% chance for showers and storms right now, but that will likely change a little as we look at more data. We’ll start off in the low and middle 70s each morning and barely pass 90 during the afternoons.
We’ll start off the next work week with a low to moderate chance for rain and seasonable temperatures.
The Tropics are active, but we don’t expect anything tropical to impact the eastern half of the Gulf of Mexico for at least the week. The first week of September might be a different story. Keep watching WDHN for the latest forecast!