DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will be partly sunny and seasonably warm as most locations reach the low to mid 70s again. We’ll stay dry for most of the day outside of an isolated shower during the PM hours.
Rain chances will increase as we head into the overnight hours as a shortwave ahead of our next front pushes in. Lows tonight will be milder as we only drop down to around 60.
Friday will have a 60% chance for showers and a few storms, so I would recommend taking a rain jacket or umbrella along if you’re planning on going Black Friday shopping. Highs will top out near the 70-degree mark area-wide.
Saturday will only have a low-end rain chance during the day before a line of rain and storms along the cold front pushes in during the overnight hours. Severe storms are not expected along the line at this point in time, but a couple could be strong with gusty winds. We’ll peak around 70 again for highs after starting the morning in the mid 50s.
We’ll begin Sunday with rain in spots before the front exits the region. Behind the front, we’ll see cloud cover clear out from west to east as drier and slightly cooler air filters in. We’ll ascend to 70 once more from the low 60s.
Monday and Tuesday will feature wall-to-wall sunshine as high pressure settles into the Southeast. Both days will begin in the mid 40s; we’ll top out in the upper 60s on Monday before warming back up a couple degrees to around 70 on Tuesday.
Our next front will move through on Wednesday, bringing a 30% chance for showers and storms back to the forecast. The majority of these will move through later in the afternoon and into the evening hours. We’ll rise into the mid 70s after waking up in the low 50s.