DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Expect showers to stick around for the next hour or two before they eventually dissipate and give way to partly cloudy skies as we go through the remainder of the overnight hours. We’ll drop into the mid 60s once again for lows.

MEMORIAL DAY FORECAST: Mostly sunny skies will prevail, making for a great day overall to get outdoors! Rain chances will be very low, with only an isolated shower or two possible at best during the afternoon. We’ll make it up to around the 90 degree mark for highs.

Tuesday will feature a mix of sun and clouds and a 20% chance for afternoon showers. We’ll begin the morning in the mid to upper 60s and warm up into the low 90s once again.

Rain chances will fall back to 10% on Wednesday. Outside of that, we’ll see mostly sunny skies and another round of low 90s.

Rain chances will go back up to 20% and stay there for Thursday through next Sunday. We’ll keep the low 90s around through Saturday before we drop back into the upper 80s for highs on Sunday. Lows will range between the upper 60s and the low 70s.

TROPICAL UPDATE: Hurricane Agatha continues to strengthen in the Eastern Pacific and is expected to continue on its northward track, making landfall along the southern coast of Mexico on Tuesday. Its remnants will have to be closely monitored for potential redevelopment once they emerge into the Bay of Campeche and eventually the southern Gulf of Mexico late next week. The National Hurricane Center has outlined this area specifically for a 30% chance of development in the next 5 days. The good news is, this system will track eastward and stay well south of the Gulf Coast, so it is of no concern to us at this point in time! However, with the potential of this becoming our first named storm this year, this is a reminder that the beginning of hurricane season is right around the corner (3 days away to be exact), so we’ll need to continue watching the tropics quite frequently.