DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tuesday will be another very warm day through mid-afternoon with everyone expected to climb to at least the low 90s. Many folks will crack into the middle 90s. Showers and storms will start popping during the late afternoon and continue through the early evening hours. This will quickly cool down many across the Tri-State. We do have a Heat Advisory in effect Tuesday afternoon for feels-like temperatures above 105 degrees.

Wednesday will also peak in the low to middle 90s before our 50% chance for showers and storms during the late afternoon and evening hours. Feels-like temperatures will still be well above 100 degrees.

Thursday and Friday both have a 20% chance for rain with lows in the middle 70s and highs in the middle 90s much of the day.

Father’s Day weekend will be very hot, but we have a chance at some slightly drier air returning to the region. Heat indices will probably be a little lower than the preceding days, but keep taking breaks from the heat by either hitting the pool, spending time in an air-conditioned building, and/or drinking lots and lots of water. An isolated shower is possible (but unlikely) both days.

Monday will be more of the same as highs peak in the middle 90s and we keep a low-end rain chance.