DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The long line of severe storms moving across Mississippi this evening will move through The Tri-State tonight and tomorrow morning. The good news is that it will be weakening as it treks through our area. A damaging wind gusts will be possible along the leading edge of this line of storms as it moves into the region, but we don’t expect any tornadoes or hail tonight or tomorrow.

Thursday will start off warm with morning temps in the middle 60s. We’ll also likely still have some shower activity around sunrise. A few scattered showers will be possible on and off throughout the day.

Friday will be mostly clear with an isolated shower or two possible if Thursday’s front hangs around the area. We’ll start in the upper 50s and end up around 80 degrees.

Saturday has a 50% chance for scattered showers with morning lows in the low 60s and afternoon highs in the upper 70s and low 80s.

Sunday also has a 40% chance for rain, so make sure to have a backup plan to take those outdoor Easter plans inside. Temperatures will be similar to Saturday’s from start to finish.

Monday will be another warm one with a 50% chance for showers. Most of the rain will be during the first half of the day. Temperatures will peak in the low 80s.

Tuesday is when we expect to dry out and cool off a touch. Mostly sunny skies will return. Morning lows should dip into the 50s, and afternoon highs should only climb to the seasonable middle to upper 70s.

Wednesday will be very similar to Tuesday with mostly to partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s.