DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Scattered showers and storms can be expected again today during the afternoon hours. These will likely fire up along the sea breeze, with additional development anticipated along the outflow boundaries of weakening storms. These showers and storms will be slow-moving in nature, so some isolated instances of flooding will be possible. We’ll make it up to the low 90s before showers and storms blossom and cool some of us down.

Rain chances will go up to 60% on Thursday. Showers and storms will be most likely during the PM hours, just like today. We’ll take another trip to the low 90s from the 70s.

An upper level ridge will push in on Friday. At the same time, some drier air will filter into the mid-levels of the atmosphere. The combination of these two over our area will help to drop our rain chances down to 30% for the final day of the work week. We’ll top out in the low 90s once again.

Rain chances will go back up into the 50-60% range for the weekend as a trough pushes into the Southeast. Temperatures will not be much different from the days before, as we can expect to reach the low 90s both Saturday and Sunday afternoon before showers and storms develop.

Monday and Tuesday will feature rain chances solidly around 50%. Highs will remain near seasonal levels in the low 90s to begin next week.