DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We’ll drop into the upper and middle 30s tonight. Fortunately, the threat for freezing rain is outside of our area. A few light showers will be possible but unlikely tonight.

Friday will be chilly all day long. Highs will only get into the middle 40s, so dress extra warm! We’ll keep a 40% chance for some light showers in the forecast.

Saturday will start off in the middle and low 30s. Highs will once again not break out of the 40s. An isolated mist will be possible in the morning in the eastern half of the Tri-State, but that’s about it.

Sunday will be sunny, but it will start out with our coldest temperatures of the winter season so far. Lows will be in the middle and upper 20s. Highs will crack into the 50s but only for a brief period.

Monday’s morning lows will be anywhere from the upper 20s to about 30 degrees. Highs will make it back to the middle 50s as southerly winds help warm us up.

Tuesday bring back a 50% chance for showers. It will also bring our morning temps into the low and middle 40s and our afternoon highs into the middle 50s.

Wednesday and Thursday will both be dry with partly sunny skies. Expect mornings to start in the middle and upper 30s and afternoons to be on the cool side with most in the low or potentially middle 50s.