DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will have a mix of sun and clouds and a 30% chance for showers and a few storms during the late afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures will be similar to previous days as most in the Tri-State reach the low 90s once again.

Thursday will be the first of several rainy days as a cutoff area of low pressure develops in the north central Gulf and streams in deep-layer tropical moisture. This will translate to a 70% chance for PM showers and storms. Highs will fall a couple degrees into the mid 80s with overcast skies expected for much of the day.

Friday will likely be our wettest day this week overall with an 80% chance for rain and a couple storms. Rain could be heavy at times on this day specifically, which could lead to isolated spots of flash flooding in low-lying areas. Expect high temperatures to be even cooler as most locations don’t push past the lower 80s.

Wet weather will continue through the weekend as rain chances remain on the higher end at around 70% for Saturday and Sunday. We’ll only warm up to the mid 80s both afternoons.

Rain chances will drop to 50% on Monday as the aforementioned area of low pressure pushes out. Highs will stay cool in the mid 80s to begin next week.

A cold front is forecast to push through the region early in the day on Tuesday. The AM hours will have a 30% chance for showers as the front progresses through our area. Skies will clear substantially as we dry out during the afternoon hours behind the front. Expect high temperatures to remain consistent with previous days as we peak in the mid 80s once more.