DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be dry as temperatures only drop to the upper 50s and low 60s.
Saturday has a 60% chance for scattered showers and storms. The wet weather could start as early as sunrise as a weakening MCS rolls into the area from the north. The severe weather threat will be confined primarily to the afternoon or evening hours. We do have a marginal risk across the entire Tri-State for the possibility of hail and a damaging wind gust. Make sure to park the car underneath that carport or in the garage to avoid any dents! Afternoon highs will be in the low to middle 80s.
Sunday has a 50% chance for showers and storms, so make sure to have a backup plan to take those outdoor Easter plans inside. Storms could once again bring the threat of some large hail and gusty winds. Sunday will also have a “non-zero” threat for tornadoes, but it still looks unlikely. Temperatures will be similar to Saturday’s from start to finish.
Monday will be a seasonably warm day with a 60% chance for showers in the morning. Temperatures will peak in the upper 70s to low 80s. Much (if not all) of the afternoon will be entirely dry with skies clearing.
Tuesday will be dry, mainly sunny, and a bit cooler. Morning lows should dip into the middle 50s, and afternoon highs will only climb to the middle 70s.
Wednesday will be very similar to Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s. Morning lows will start off around 50 degrees with some potentially dropping into the upper 40s.
Thursday will take us back to the 80s and bring some clouds to the area as well.
Friday will start off in the middle and upper 50s, peak in the low 80s, and end the week as much of it was spent: DRY!