DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Rain chances tonight will be confined to this evening, where only an isolated shower or two will be possible. Otherwise, expect dry conditions and partly cloudy skies beyond that as we fall into the low 70s overnight.

With a frontal boundary still around tomorrow, we’ll see another round of scattered showers and storms during the afternoon hours. There’s also a chance for a line of storms to make its way in during the evening hours; we’ll have to watch this line for another low-end severe threat in the form of damaging wind gusts. We’ll take another trip up to the low 90s for highs.

Our highest rain chance for the week will come on Saturday at 60%, with scattered to numerous showers and storms expected during the afternoon once again as the aforementioned front continues to hang around. We’ll top out around 90 degrees.

Sunday will feature a slightly lower chance for rain at 40%. We’ll rise into the low 90s from the low 70s.

Once we get this aforementioned frontal boundary out of the Tri-State, we’ll return to more of a typical summer-like pattern Monday through Thursday as rain chances drop back down into the 20-30% range. Temperatures will trend back upward thanks to these decreasing rain chances, especially as we get into the middle portion of the next work week. Highs on Monday and Tuesday will be solidly in the low 90s; we’ll creep up a couple degrees into the mid 90s for Wednesday and Thursday. Lows will stay mild in the 70s.