DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Showers and storms have wrapped up for the night! Expect skies to become mostly clear as we fall into the upper 60s.

Another round of scattered showers and storms is on tap for Sunday, with much of the activity coming during the afternoon hours. We’ll make it up to around 90 once again prior to rain and storms forming.

We’ll kick off a new work week on Monday with a 30% chance of showers and storms. Highs near the 90 degree mark are anticipated once again.

Rain chances will drop down to isolated levels on Tuesday. We’ll climb solidly into the low 90s by the afternoon after starting the morning in the low 70s.

Wednesday will feature partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance for an afternoon shower. Our hottest temperatures this week may occur on this day specifically as we soar into the mid 90s from the low 70s. If you have any outdoor plans, make sure to stay hydrated and take frequent breaks!

Rain chances will go back up to 30% for Thursday and Friday as a trough starts to make its way into the region from the west. We’ll keep highs in the mid 90s on Thursday before we cool down a bit to the low 90s on Friday. Expect lows to stay in the 70s.

Deeper low-level moisture looks to arrive on Saturday, where we’ll see rain chances increase to 50%. Highs will remain in the 90s despite a better coverage of clouds and rain to kick off next weekend.

TROPICAL UPDATE: The center of Potential Tropical Cyclone One has moved off the east coast of Florida into the Atlantic. PTC One’s current track has it continuing to move out to sea, potentially becoming a tropical storm briefly as it brushes Bermuda to the north Monday before it degenerates into a post-tropical low in the central Atlantic by the middle of the work week.