DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be a warm one as temperatures hang in the middle 50s.

Thursday will start off in the middle 50s and peak in the middle 70s despite the additional cloud cover we’ll have. Southerly winds will be the big reason we see these abnormally warm temperatures Thursday thru Saturday. An isolated shower or two will be possible.

Friday should be partly sunny and VERY warm with highs flirting with the 80s. An isolted shower will be possible.

Saturday is the likely start for a few rounds of rain. Temperatures should still easily make it to the middle and upper 70s ahead of the 50% chance for showers and possible storms. Gusty winds will be very likely before the rain moves in.

Sunday could also have a few showers hang around the area. Morning lows will start off right around 60 degrees, but high temperatures will likely not move out of the 60s due to the chance for rain and dense cloud cover.

Monday now looks to be on the drier side compared to what we previously expected. Temperatures are still expected to be seasonably cool with lows in the 40s and highs right around 60 degrees.

Tuesday will probably have a solid chance for moderate and fairly consistent rainfall across the Tri-State. We’ve got a 50% chance for rain in the forecast right now, but that will probably only go up as we get closer to the beginning of our next work week. Lows will be in the upper 50s, and highs will barely surpass 60 degrees.

Wednesday will be a bit warmer than the previous two days. We should start drying out, but we’ll leave a rain chance of 20% in the forecast with mostly cloudy skies.