DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Expect increasing clouds throughout the day today as moisture starts to increase area-wide ahead of our next frontal system. This uptick in moisture will also allow for the development of a few showers during the PM hours. Highs will reach the low and mid 70s, a little above average for late November in our area.

On-and-off showers will remain possible overnight prior to the arrival of our line of storms along the cold front around sunrise Wednesday morning. Lows will be mild in the 60s with plenty of tropical moisture in place pre-front.

The line will push through the region between 6 AM and 10 AM Wednesday morning. Some of the storms on the leading edge of the line could be strong to severe, with damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph and an isolated tornado possible. Once the line and front leave our area behind, we’ll see clouds clear out as drier and cooler air streams in. We’ll take another trip to the low and mid 70s for afternoon highs.

We’ll begin Thursday in the upper 30s and only make it up to around 60. Mainly sunny skies will prevail.

Friday will be slightly warmer as we start the morning near 40 and climb to the mid 60s. Sunshine and a few high clouds will fill the skies once again.

Saturday and Sunday will feature a little more cloud cover and even warmer temperatures as highs ascend to the mid 70s.

We’ll reach the mid 70s again on Monday after waking up in the mid and upper 50s. A mix of sun and clouds can be expected once more.