DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will be seasonal as the majority of Wiregrass residents reach the low to mid 60s.

Cloud cover will increase during the overnight hours, which will keep our overnight lows warm in the mid to upper 40s heading into Saturday morning.

Saturday will start off dry, but showers will begin moving in during the late PM hours as the first component of our next system (a warm front) lifts northward. We’ll be cooler than today as high temperatures only make it into the upper 50s. Rain will pick up in coverage and intensity during the evening and overnight hours once we get south of the warm front and ahead of the cold front.

Sunday will be wet for a majority of the day with periods of heavy rain and maybe a storm or two as our cold front pushes through the region. A stronger storm or two with gusty winds will be possible, but no severe weather is expected beyond that. We’ll climb into the mid and upper 60s from the low 50s.

We’ll dry out and cool down behind the front on Monday, but we’ll keep a fair amount of cloud cover around. Expect to rise from the low 40s into the upper 50s for highs.

Rain and storms will move back in on Tuesday late in the day as our next cold front pushes in. This system will have a little more energy and shear associated with it, so severe weather looks to be more of a possibility here, especially given that long range models show the potential for a line of showers and storms overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Stay tuned for more updates! It won’t be super warm ahead of this system, as we’ll make it up to the middle 60s from the mid 40s.

A few showers will linger into early Wednesday morning before we dry out and cool down again behind this front. Our high temperature of 60 will likely occur early in the day before we tumble from there.

Thursday will be chilly with morning lows in the mid 30s and highs in the low 50s. Partly cloudy skies will prevail.