DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We finally saw spring-like warmth return to the region today after an extended stretch of unseasonably cool temperatures! For tonight, expect mostly clear skies and considerably milder overnight lows as most locations dip down into the upper 40s and low 50s.

We’ll see clouds move back in during the day on Monday thanks to a shortwave out ahead of our next frontal system. This shortwave may help to kick up an isolated shower or two as well as it progresses eastward through the region. We’ll climb up to the low 80s for highs despite the increased cloud cover.

Tuesday will look to feature much of the same: partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies and a very low chance for a shower or two. After beginning the morning in the mid to upper 50s, we’ll ascend even further into the mid 80s for highs.

We’ll keep things relatively the same for Wednesday with mostly cloudy skies and another small chance for a spotty shower once again. The only noticeable difference we’re going to see compared to the two previous days is going to be in our temperatures to start the day (milder in the low 60s) and the fact that our winds will pick up quite a bit as the frontal system mentioned earlier starts to make its way closer to our area. From the low 60s, we’ll take another trek up to the mid 80s for afternoon highs.

Rain chances will finally go up on Thursday to 60% as the aforementioned front moves into the Tri-State from the west. We’ll wake up to even warmer temperatures in the mid 60s ahead of the front and only top out in the upper 70s for highs, cooling down a good bit from previous days thanks to a higher coverage of not just showers, but storms as well. It remains uncertain if these storms will have the potential to become strong to severe, as the SPC has not highlighted an area in their Day 5 outlook just yet. Check back later for updates!

After this system pushes through, we’ll see rain chances drop off a little bit for Friday, but only down to 30% since the front is expected to stall just to our south. Temperatures will actually warm up a bit post-front, as we return to the low 80s for afternoon highs after starting out the day in the upper 50s and low 60s.

We’ll stay in this general pattern for Saturday as well, with another 30% chance for showers. After waking up to mild temperatures in the low 60s, we’ll rise up into the low 80s once again.

Rain chances will finally look to drop a bit to 20% on Sunday as the aforementioned stationary front starts to wash out. We’ll begin the morning in the low 60s and take another trip to the low 80s for highs.