DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mostly cloudy skies and an isolated chance for a shower or two can be expected today as a shortwave zips through the region. High temperatures will be a couple degrees warmer than yesterday as most locations make it up to the mid 60s.
We’ll start out Wednesday in the low 50s and climb to the seasonal low 70s for the first time in a while. Mostly sunny skies will prevail.
THANKSGIVING DAY FORECAST: Much of the day will be dry outside of an isolated shower during the late PM hours. We’ll be warm once again with highs in the low and mid 70s as cloud cover increases ahead of our next frontal system. Rain chances will increase substantially during the overnight hours into early Friday morning as this front moves closer.
Friday will be wet with a 60% chance for showers and a few storms. We’ll reach the low 70s again after beginning the morning around 60.
Saturday looks a little more concrete now, and will also have a 60% chance for rain and a couple storms prior to the cold front pushing through during the overnight hours. Expect to top out near 70.
An isolated sprinkle will remain possible across eastern portions of the area early Sunday morning before the front exits. After that, we’ll see drier and cooler air stream in, which will translate to decreasing cloud cover and, of course, lower high temperatures as most locations only warm up to the mid 60s.
Monday will feature lots of sunshine as high pressure settles into the Southeast. We’ll rise into the mid 60s from the mid 40s.