DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mostly clear skies will prevail as we go through the remainder of the evening and overnight hours. Most locations will only drop to the low 70s again, but with drier air overhead and not a lot of cloud cover, don’t be surprised if some isolated spots in the northern part of the region end up a little cooler in the upper 60s!
Monday will be another fairly dry day with mostly sunny skies and only a 20% chance for evening showers. Highs will be in the low 90s.
Rain chances will go up to 30% on Tuesday as moisture return off the Gulf of Mexico starts to increase. We’ll warm up into the low and potentially mid 90s by the afternoon from the low 70s.
Wednesday will have a 40% chance for PM showers and storms. Like the day before, we’ll peak in the low and mid 90s.
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will likely be the three wettest days this week as a shortwave pushes into the Southeast and interacts with moisture off the Gulf of Mexico streaming into our area. Each day will feature a high chance for showers and storms in the 60-70% range. With more cloud cover around in combination with scattered to numerous showers and storms, highs will drop back to the upper 80s.
Rain chances will drop back to 50% on Sunday as the aforementioned shortwave lifts out of the region. Even though we should see a little more sun compared to previous days, highs will remain below average as we again top out in the upper 80s.