DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A low pressure system is moving along the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico tonight bringing showers and storms to many. Rain will start around midnight for out western areas tonight and continue moving east. Temperatures will stay in the low 50s.
Tuesday starts off with showers and a few storms. We’ll climb to the upper 60s and low 70s with a chance for some to maybe squeak out a high in the middle 70s briefly with scattered storms through the afternoon hours. The evening will be much drier, and cold air will filter in on the backside of the system.
Wednesday begins in the seasonable middle 40s and only climbs to the upper 50s with much drier conditions under partly sunny skies.
Thursday will be exceptionally chilly. Morning lows will start about 5 below average while afternoon highs will be roughly 20 below seasonal norms with most of us barely making it into the low 50s. There’s a chance of a light, isolated shower, but expect to stay dry.
Friday starts off around the freezing mark and climbs to only the middle 50s with mostly sunny skies.
Saturday and Sunday start in the middle or upper 30s respectively and climb to the upper 50s. We’ll have partly sunny skies both days with an isolated shower possible Saturday.
Monday keeps us chilly with morning lows in the middle 30s and afternoon highs in the middle and upper 50s.