DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be a little on the cooler side with most of us dropping to the low 60s under clear skies.

Sunday will take us into the low 90s with mostly to partly sunny skies. A cold front will move across the Southeast, but it won’t arrive in the Tri-State until early Monday morning. Ahead of it, there will be a 10% chance for an isolated shower or two.

Monday starts in the upper 60s and takes us to the low 90s as the front swings through our region. This will be a source of lift for showers, so we’ll include a 20% chance for rain with partly sunny skies.

Tuesday will be splendid with mostly sunny skies, morning lows in the low 60s, and afternoon highs in the middle 80s.

Wednesday is when Ian (likely a major hurricane) will either be impacting the Peninsula of Florida or continuing it’s trek north toward the Panhandle. At this point, we could start getting some cloud cover from the storm. This will likely keep our temperatures in the low 80s. Winds will be out of the north and will start to become quite gusty.

The weather on Thursday and Friday will both be highly dependent on the path the Ian takes. For now, expect some gusty winds, a 30-40% chance for rain, and high temperatures in the upper 70s. We’ll continue monitoring Ian and it’s track in the coming days.

Next weekend will start off much calmer the the end of the work week. Saturday will bring us more sunshine and take our temperatures back to the 80s.