DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will be partly cloudy and very warm once again with high temperatures reaching the upper 70s. It’s not out of the question that some locations tie or break a record high this afternoon; for reference, Dothan’s record high for this date (December 7th) is 78. Additionally, an isolated shower or two will be possible during the PM hours.

We’ll begin Thursday in the low 60s with another round of dense fog. Like the last several days, we’ll see this fog dissipate by mid-morning. Expect a mix of sun and clouds after that as we take another trip into the upper 70s and possibly low 80s. Again, record highs could either be tied or broken depending on where you are; Dothan’s for December 8th is 79.

Friday will have a 20% chance for showers as a shortwave clips the northern part of the ridge over our area. We’ll start out around 60 and make it up to the middle and upper 70s to close out the work week.

We’ll wake up around 60 again on Saturday and end up in the mid 70s under partly sunny skies. An isolated shower will remain possible.

Sunday will have a 40% chance for showers and a storm or two as another shortwave zips through the region. Expect to rise from the mid 50s into the more seasonable low 70s for afternoon highs.

Monday and Tuesday will be dry outside of an isolated shower and feature a good bit of cloud cover. Temperatures around normal will continue as highs reach the low 70s both afternoons and lows fall to the 50s both nights.