DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will be our first time in a while with highs around normal as most locations rise into the low 70s. A mix of sun and clouds will fill the skies.

THANKSGIVING DAY FORECAST: Much of the day will be partly sunny and dry outside of an isolated shower during the late PM hours. We’ll be warm once again as temperatures climb from the mid 50s into the low and mid 70s. Rain chances will increase substantially during the overnight hours into early Friday morning as this front moves closer.

Friday will have a 60% chance for showers and storms. We’ll make it up to the low 70s once more after starting the morning around 60.

The cold front will push into the region on Saturday and bring us a slightly better chance (70%) for rain and a few storms ahead of it. Temperatures will be in the low 60s to start the day and end up around 70 degrees just before the rain moves in.

An isolated sprinkle will remain possible across eastern portions of the area early Sunday morning as 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 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.