DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Most of tonight will be dry with temperatures in the low to middle 50s. Potentially severe storms will move into our western areas in the predawn hours.
Wednesday starts off with strong to severe storms that could bring a couple tornadoes and damaging wind gusts. These tornadoes could be stronger and potentially longer-lived than what we normally see with an early morning setup. The main time frame for severe weather is 4-8 AM. A few light showers could linger behind the main line through roughly noon. Temperatures will peak in the middle 60s as the storms are moving through. Afternoon temps will likely hang around 60 degrees.
Thursday starts off around 40 degrees and only climbs to the middle 50s under partly to eventually mainly sunny skies.
Friday and Saturday will both start off cold with lows around freezing. Highs on Friday will be held to the low and middle 50s. Saturday should climb to the low 60s. Both days will be mostly sunny.
Sunday has a high chance for rain in the evening and overnight hours, but the rest of the day should be dry with temperatures in the low to middle 60s.
Monday has a 30% chance for light rain. Temps will start in the low to middle 50s and end up in the middle 60s.
Tuesday also starts 10-15 degrees above average and will end up in the middle 60s with a 40% chance for showers.