DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Another round of mostly sunny skies is on tap for your Wednesday! After beginning the morning chilly in the mid 40s, expect temperatures to rise into the upper 70s by the afternoon for highs, about 6-7 degrees warmer than where we ended up yesterday. Winds will be on the breezy side at times, but unlike yesterday, we’re not anticipating them to be this way for the entire day.

We’ll see cloud cover move back into the region tonight as a frontal system brushes our area to the north. This will help keep our low temperatures more mild compared to the last two nights as most locations only drop down into the upper 50s.

Many of these clouds should clear out pretty early on Thursday, giving way to mostly sunny skies for the remainder of the day. High temperatures will continue their upward ascent as we climb back into the low 80s.

Friday will begin very similar to Thursday in the upper 50s. From there, we’ll take a trip up to the mid 80s for highs. Sunny skies will prevail to close out the work week!

Saturday will look to feature much of the same as we start the day with another round of upper 50s and take a trek up to the mid 80s. Sunshine will dominate once again across the board!

A chance for an isolated shower or two will return to the Tri-State on Sunday. Not all the models depict rain still, but we’ll keep it in the forecast for now until there’s enough consistent model guidance to prove otherwise. We’ll begin the morning very warm in the low 60s and make it up to the upper 80s for highs.

Monday will also look to have an isolated shower chance as we again ascend to the upper 80s for afternoon highs from the low 60s.

With a weak cold front moving across the Southeast on Tuesday, we’ll bump up those rain chances to 20% for the second day of the next work week. After beginning the day very warm in the mid 60s, we’ll reach the mid 80s for highs, cooling off a little bit from previous days thanks to cloud cover and the presence of the front.