DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We’ll see cloud cover stick around for the overnight hours as most locations fall into the mid 60s.

Rain chances will go back up to 50% for your Sunday thanks to abundant moisture returning to the region. Much of the shower and storm activity we’re expecting will occur during the afternoon hours, being driven by the heating of the day. We’ll climb into the upper 80s for highs.

We’ll see rain chances drop off considerably to 20% as we begin a new work week on Monday. After waking up in the mid 60s once again, we’ll take a trek up to the low 90s for afternoon highs.

Tuesday will be a mainly sunny and entirely dry day! It will be quite warm once again as we rise from the mid and upper 60s into the low 90s.

Wednesday will feature lots of sunshine as well, but with even hotter temperatures! In fact, this day specifically could end up being the hottest of the year so far, with mid 90s expected area-wide. If you have any outdoor plans, be sure to stay hydrated and take frequent breaks from the heat when needed.

We’ll see more of the same on Thursday as we start out in the upper 60s and take another trip up to the mid 90s for highs under mostly sunny skies.

Mostly sunny skies will prevail once again on Friday, but unlike the last three days, we won’t be entirely dry. An isolated shower or two cannot be ruled out for the afternoon hours. Hot temperatures will continue as we once again reach the low and mid 90s for afternoon highs.

Some relief from the heat looks to arrive on Saturday as rain chances increase to 40% with moisture returning via an area of high pressure in the Atlantic. Lows in the upper 60s and highs in the upper 80s and low 90s are anticipated to kick off next weekend.