DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A few showers will be possible later this evening and into the early part of the overnight as a weak cold front swings through the region. Any rain that moves in will be out of here before sunrise. Lows tonight will be relatively warm as the majority of Wiregrass residents only drop into the upper 40s.

Monday will feature mainly sunny skies as drier and slightly cooler air filters in behind the front. Highs will be seasonal for this time of year in the low 60s.

We’ll begin Tuesday chilly in the upper 30s but end up a little warmer than Monday in the middle 60s for high temperatures. Sunshine and a few high clouds will fill the skies once again.

Wednesday sees us return to the low 70s as Gulf moisture streams into the region. This increase in moisture will equate to more cloud cover and a chance for an isolated shower or two.

Moisture will increase even more on Thursday as our next cold front pushes in from the west. Ahead of it, we can expect rain chances to increase to 70% as a likely line of showers and storms moves through the region sometime during the PM hours. Storms along the leading edge of this line could become strong to severe, so this system bears watching in the days ahead. Stay tuned for further updates! We’ll make it up to the mid 70s from the upper 50s.

We’ll cool down and dry out behind the front on Friday as highs fall back to the mid 50s. Winds will be on the breezy side as well thanks to the front as we see a mix of sun and clouds to end off the work week.

Saturday and Sunday will both be beautiful with mostly to partly sunny skies and cool temperatures. We’ll climb into the low 50s on Saturday from a frigid start in the mid 30s; Sunday likewise will begin very cold, but we’ll see high temperatures rise a couple degrees back into the upper 50s.