DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today should be mainly dry once again, with only an isolated afternoon shower or storm possible at best. Showers and storms will be more likely south and east of our area, from the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend into South Georgia. Highs will be on the toasty side as most locations make it up to the mid 90s.

Rain chances will go up to 40% tomorrow as moisture streaming in from the Gulf interacts with a southward-moving frontal boundary. This will set the stage for scattered showers and storms to develop during the afternoon and evening. With some higher energy/CAPE values present, we can expect some of the storms to be on the strong to marginally severe side, with damaging wind gusts possible. We’ll top out in the mid 90s again.

Thursday and Friday will likely be our two wettest days this week as a shortwave pushes into the Southeast and interacts with the aforementioned Gulf moisture. Both days will have rain chances in the 70-80% range. With more cloud cover around in combination with scattered to numerous showers and storms, highs will drop back to the mid and upper 80s.

Saturday will have a 60% chance for showers and storms as the shortwave continues to pull in ample moisture from the Gulf. We’ll rise into the upper 80s from the low 70s.

Rain chances will fall back into the 40-50% range for Sunday and Monday as the shortwave pushes east out of our area. Expect highs to rise back up to the 90-degree mark as we close out the weekend and kick off a new work week. Lows will remain in the 70s.