DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mostly sunny skies and dry conditions can be expected once again today. High temperatures will be a couple degrees warmer than yesterday as most locations reach the middle and upper 80s.
Wednesday sees the return of a 70% chance for showers and storms to the forecast, the majority of which will come during the PM hours as a cold front pushes into the Southeast. Storms should stay below severe limits, as instability will be lacking across the region. However, a couple could be on the stronger side, with gusty winds possible. Highs will fall to the low 80s with more cloud cover anticipated compared to the last several days.
A couple showers could linger into Thursday morning, so we’ll keep in a 30% chance for rain during that portion of the day before the front pushes out of our area to the east. We’ll rise into the low 80s again after beginning the morning mild in the mid 60s.
Cooler and drier air moving in behind the front will lead to below average temperatures on Friday. Expect to start the day in the low 50s and only make it up to around 80 degrees during the afternoon as we wrap up the work week with the return of sunny skies.
Saturday and Sunday will feature sunny to mostly sunny skies. We’ll wake up both mornings quite chilly in the mid to upper 40s but warm up nicely to the low and mid 80s both afternoons.
Our next front will push in on Monday. Moisture content ahead of this one won’t be as impressive, so we’re going to go with only a 20% chance of rain for now as it quickly sweeps through. Highs will be seasonably warm in the mid 80s as we kick off a new work week.