Dothan, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight, we’ll bottom out in the low and middle 50s with mainly clear skies.

Friday will start off sunny, and temperatures will climb to the middle and upper 80s. A cold front will be approaching the area late on Friday, so some cloud cover will build in during the overnight hours. Friday night temperatures will be significantly warmer than previous nights will most folks only dropping to a seasonable 60 degrees.

Saturday starts off seasonable and end up that way as well with most of our high temperatures peaking in the middle 80s. Partly cloudy skies will accompany the cold front from earlier in the day.

Sunday will start in the middle 50s and peak in the low to middle 80s under mainly sunny skies.

Monday will be that start of a warming trend as highs return to widespread middle 80s with mostly sunny skies.

Tuesday and Wednesday keep things dry and warm with lows starting in the low 60s both days and highs peaking in the middle and potentially upper 80s.

Thursday brings us a chance (just a chance) of rain. Don’t get too excited just yet because nothing is guaranteed. However, that 30% chance for rain is better than every other day’s 0% chance, so we’ll take it! Highs will be cut back to the low and middle 80s.