DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Severe storms will be possible again today during the PM hours as a stationary boundary north of our area sags southward. The coverage of them initially will be scattered, but they will eventually congeal into a line with southward progression. The main threats will be the same as previous days, with damaging winds up to 60 mph, large hail, and a tornado or two all possible. Make sure to have a way to receive warnings if you’re planning on going out and about! Highs will be in the low 80s.
We’ll begin Tuesday in the mid 60s and make it up to the low 70s. The main cold front with the system we’ve seen produce severe weather here over the last several days will finally move through during the late morning and early afternoon hours, with a final line of showers and storms expected along it. Severe weather will be a possibility again with damaging winds and large hail the main threats, but a brief tornado cannot be entirely ruled out either. The weather will finally calm down from the mid-afternoon onwards behind the front.
Wednesday will be cooler as we start the morning near 50 and end up in the upper 60s. Partly cloudy skies will prevail.
Thursday morning will be somewhat chilly with lows in the mid 40s, but the PM hours will be warmer than the day before as highs get back into the 70s underneath mostly sunny skies.
Friday will be mostly to partly sunny and even warmer with morning lows in the mid 50s and afternoon highs in the mid 80s.
Our next system will push in on Saturday and bring a 50% chance for showers and storms back to the Wiregrass. Severe weather could be a concern again with this system, so we’ll be watching it closely and providing more updates on timing and threats when we get them! We’ll make it up to the low 80s after a morning start in the mid 60s.
Sunday will have a 20% chance for a shower or two early, but the rest of the day will be dry otherwise. Highs will be a bit cooler in the mid 70s while lows remain in the 60s.