DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Sunny skies and slightly cooler temperatures are on tap for your Wednesday. After beginning the morning in the low 50s, expect to rise into the upper 70s/low 80s for highs.

We’ll start out Thursday slightly warmer in the mid to upper 50s. From there, we’ll take another trip up to the low 80s as mainly sunny skies prevail once again.

A chance for an isolated shower will return to the forecast on Friday. Outside of that, we’ll see another mostly sunny and warm day as we climb from around 60 in the morning to the low 80s again by the afternoon.

Rain chances will go up to 30% on Saturday as a shortwave makes its way into the Tri-State. Temperatures will also start creeping up despite the higher coverage of showers and the potential for maybe a storm or two as we wake up in the low 60s and trek up to the low to mid 80s for highs.

We’ll drop those rain chances back down to 20% on Sunday as we keep our warming trend going. For the second half of the weekend, expect mid 60s to begin the day and afternoon highs solidly in the mid 80s. Outside of the chance for a few showers, we’ll see partly cloudy skies.

Monday will look to feature the same: partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance for showers. We’ll top out in the mid to potentially upper 80s for highs after starting off the morning in the mid 60s once again.

Tuesday will continue this trend of summer-like weather with another 20% chance for rain. Temperatures will also continue their upward trajectory as we again begin the day in the mid 60s and rise into the upper 80s for highs. For now, it looks like we’ll stay just shy of that 90 degree mark, but it’s definitely something to watch for going forward!