DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be calm, cloudy, and warm with lows around 60 degrees.

Showers could start early on Tuesday, but storms may get held up along I-65 as the cold front potentially stalls out just to our west. If this happens, storms will take their sweet time making their way across the Wiregrass throughout the afternoon and evening hours. This would also indicate storms could be weaker than what we anticipated based on data from this morning. We’ll be monitoring the situation closely. For now, the possibility of a tornado and a damaging wind gust or two still exists; however, the risk is low. Rainfall totals will probably range from .25″ to 1″ once all is said and done.

Wednesday could start off with a little light rain, but the storms will already be gone. Temperatures start in the low 50s and end up in the upper 50s under decent cloud cover. Winds will be breezy out of the NW.

Thanksgiving Day will start off dry and seasonably cool with low to middle 40s. Afternoon highs should climb to the upper 50s under mostly cloudy skies. Light rain could return in the evening or overnight hours.

Friday could start off with a little rain and temperatures in the 40s again, but highs will return to the low 60s as we dry out.

Saturday and Sunday will both be in the middle to potentially upper 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies.

Monday will be dry with highs around 70 degrees.