DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Another day full of sunshine is on tap to close out the work week, so if you have any outdoor plans to celebrate Earth Day, you are good to go! Highs this afternoon will be about 2-3 degrees warmer than yesterday as most locations top out in the low to mid 80s.

We’ll start out Saturday with another round of mid to upper 50s and take a trip up to the mid 80s for highs. Sunny skies will prevail once again as we begin the weekend in style!

Sunday will look to feature equally pleasant weather with mostly sunny skies. After waking up mild in the upper 50s, we’ll climb back into the mid 80s.

A chance for an isolated shower will return to the forecast on Monday. Outside of that, little change is expected from the previous three days as we stay above average in the temperature department, beginning the day in the low 60s and ascending to the upper 80s for afternoon highs. With highs reaching this level, there’s a chance that this could be our warmest day of the calendar year so far!

Rain chances will go up to 30% on Tuesday as our next cold front moves into the region during the second half of the day and brings with it a slightly higher coverage of shower activity. Highs will drop off a bit to the mid 80s thanks to this and the addition of cloud cover. We will still start off the day mild ahead of the front with another round of low 60s.

We’ll quickly dry out and return to mainly sunny skies behind the front on Wednesday. The front will definitely leave its mark on our temperatures as we fall back even further to the low 80s for highs and the upper 50s for lows as we reach the mid point of the work week.

This downward trend in temperature post-front won’t last too long because we’ll start warming up again on Thursday. Expect another cool beginning to the morning in the 50s followed by a climb back into the mid 80s for the afternoon under sunny skies.