DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Partly cloudy skies can be expected for the remainder of the night as we dip down into the low 60s. As we get closer to sunrise, we’ll likely see some patchy fog develop in spots.

Some of this fog may stick around for a little bit Sunday morning, so plan on leaving yourself a little extra time if you’re going out and about early! As far as the rest of the day goes, we’ll see relatively similar conditions to today, with showers and storms once again possible during the afternoon hours. The good news is, the chance for these will be a bit lower at around 30%, so the day won’t be a washout by any means! We’ll climb into the mid 80s for highs.

We’ll drop those rain chances down even more to 20% for your Monday. Similar temperatures to Sunday can be anticipated as we trek from the low 60s to the mid 80s by the afternoon.

Tuesday and Wednesday will look to feature similar conditions to Monday, with a 20% chance for showers each afternoon. We’ll wake up to temperatures in the mid 60s and ascend to the upper 80s for highs both days.

Thursday will likely be our driest day this week, with rain chances isolated at best. Outside of that, we’ll see partly sunny skies and very warm temperatures continue as we again start out in the mid 60s and take a trip up to the upper 80s.

Rain chances will go back up to 40% on Friday as our next system (a cold front) moves in later in the day. There is still a bit of uncertainty as to whether this potential front will make it this far south, but regardless of whether it does or not, we’re expecting an uptick in shower and storm activity to return in some fashion as we end the work week. After beginning the morning very mild in the upper 60s, we’ll top out in the mid 80s for afternoon highs as we cool off a little bit from previous days thanks to increased cloud cover and a higher coverage of rain.

If this scenario with the front ends up panning out, it would be out of our area to the east sometime on Saturday. As such, rain chances to kick off next weekend will drop off quite a bit down to 20%. We’ll wake up in the mid 60s and again climb into the mid 80s for highs.