DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be another warm one with middle 70s and mainly clear skies.

Thursday brings in cooler and drier air with highs in the middle 90s and dew points in the low 60s. That drier air will very likely prevent our “feels-like” temperatures from going above 100 degrees.

Friday is back up closer to 100 degrees with and isolated shower possible.

Saturday is mainly dry with only a 10% chance for a couple pop-up showers or storms. Temperatures will be flirting with record highs in the low 100s.

Sunday will also be in the low 100s, but we’ll introduce a 30% chance for a few pop-up showers/storms in the late afternoon and evening hours.

Monday brings highs down to the middle and upper 90s while rain chances go up to 40%.

Tuesday has a 50/50 chance for showers and storms. Temperatures top out around 93 or 94 degrees.

Wednesday could still see some lingering showers, and high temperatures will be even lower with most of us peaking in the low 90s.