DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — As a trough moves westward along the Gulf Coast tonight, we may see a shower or two move through the area. Outside of that, mostly clear skies will prevail as most locations fall into the low 70s.

Another warm and comfortable day with highs in the mid 90s can be expected tomorrow. We’ll see mostly sunny skies once again, but unlike today, we won’t be entirely dry; an isolated shower or two cannot be ruled out during the peak heating of the day in the afternoon.

We’ll rise back into the upper 90s on Tuesday afternoon after starting the morning in the low 70s. There will be another low-end chance for a PM shower.

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are the three days where things really heat up, as we can expect to make it up into the triple digits every day for highs. Thursday will be the hottest day overall as most locations reach the mid 100s; Wednesday and Friday will feature low 100s. Even though it will be extremely hot, the good news is, it won’t feel quite as muggy as last week since dewpoints won’t be as high. This does mean, though, that heat index values will likely trend closer to the actual air temperature, so it is still extremely important that you drink lots of water, take frequent breaks, and wear loose-fitting clothing if you have any plans to be outdoors! Aside from the hot temperatures, we’ll see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and 10-20% chances for showers.

Rain chances will go up to 30% Saturday and Sunday as a frontal system makes its way in from the north. With better chances for showers and storms entering the picture by this point, we’ll likely see a little relief from the heat as highs drop back into the mid and upper 90s. Lows will be in the mid 70s.