DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be another mild one as most locations drop into the low 60s. Some fair weather clouds will move in during the second half of the overnight, but they will not bring anything in the way of rain with them.
We’ll see another round of mostly sunny skies for your Sunday as our recent stretch of beautiful weather continues to wrap up the weekend! High temperatures will continue to creep upward as we top out near 85 degrees area-wide, about 2-3 degrees warmer than today.
Monday will start off similarly warm in the low 60s. From there, we’ll take a trip up to the upper 80s for highs. Mostly sunny skies will prevail once again, but unlike the last couple days, we won’t be entirely dry, as there will be a chance for an isolated shower or two during the afternoon.
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 little bit to the mid 80s thanks to this and increased cloud cover. We’ll begin the morning in the low 60s again ahead of the front.
Cool and dry air will follow immediately in wake of the front. This will set the stage for sunny skies to return on Wednesday, but with more seasonable temperatures for this time of year. After waking up much cooler in the mid 50s, expect to reach the low 80s for afternoon highs.
This downward trend in temperature post-front won’t last too long because we’ll start warming up again on Thursday. We can anticipate another cool beginning to the morning in the 50s followed by a climb back into the mid 80s for the afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Friday will look to feature essentially the same exact weather conditions (mostly sunny skies) and temperatures as we wake up to another round of 50s and take another trek up to the mid 80s.
We’ll keep things relatively the same for Saturday as well. The only difference will be found in our low temperatures, which will be a little warmer around 60 degrees. Otherwise, we’ll see mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s once again to kick off next weekend.