DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will be breezy and much cooler as clouds stick around for the most part behind our cold front from yesterday. With a little bit of wraparound moisture, mist/light rain will be possible this morning as well. Temperatures will continue to fall through mid-morning before we climb up close to 50 degrees for highs.

Saturday will begin cold near the freezing mark. We’ll only make it up to the low 50s once again for afternoon highs despite a lot more sunshine than today.

Sunday starts off very frigid in the upper 20s, but we’ll end up warmer than the two days before as most locations rise into the upper 50s. Mainly sunny skies will prevail.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day will start in the upper 30s, but we should make our way back to the middle 60s in the afternoon under partly sunny skies.

Tuesday has a 40% chance for showers as our next front pushes through. Highs will be in the 70s.

Wednesday will be another warm day with morning lows in the middle and upper 50s and afternoon highs in the middle 70s. We’ll still have a low-end chance for some light showers.

Another front will push in on Thursday and bring us an even better chance for rain and possibly a few storms. We’ll climb into the mid 70s once more from the upper 50s.