DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Numerous showers and storms can be expected again for a good majority of the day today as a cold front starts to sag southward into the northern parts of the region and interacts with moisture coming in off the Gulf of Mexico. With overcast skies and plenty of showers and storms around, most locations should only top out in the mid and upper 80s like yesterday at best.
The aforementioned cold front will push through the region during the day tomorrow. We’ll likely see the development of some showers and storms during the afternoon hours along the frontal boundary, but don’t anticipate as many as today. As such, rain chances will be a bit lower at around 40%. We’ll begin the morning right around 70. From there, we’ll rise into the upper 80s and low 90s.
Drier air and lower humidity values will follow behind the front, as well as much lower rain chances for Sunday and Monday! Both days will have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with only a 20% chance for a shower or two. Highs will return solidly to the low 90s.
Rain chances will pick back up on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as another front and its associated trough start to make its way into the Southeast. We’ll keep highs on Tuesday in the low 90s before we cool down to the upper 80s for Wednesday and Thursday.