DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We have another bone-chilling cold night ahead of us with record lows likely once again. With clear skies and low dewpoints, expect overnight lows to be in the middle 30s with some lows 30s in the typical cold spots. A Freeze Warning is in effect from 1 AM to 8 AM CDT Thursday morning for Geneva, Coffee, Dale, and Henry counties. A Frost Advisory is in effect for the same timeframe for Houston and Early counties.

Thursday goes from very frigid in the morning to almost acceptable in the afternoon as highs climb to the middle and upper 60s under sunny skies.

Friday keeps us sunny and brings our morning lows to around 40 degrees. Highs should finally make it back to the low and middle 70s.

This weekend takes us back to more seasonable conditions (after a chilly start in the low 40s on Saturday). Highs will be around 80 degrees both days with mostly sunny skies across the Tri-State.

Next Monday brings our lows to the middle 50s and our highs to the low 80s.

Tuesday and Wednesday both have chances for rain as a new system moves across the Southeast. We’ll need to look at more data before declaring the specific details about either of these days, but expect temperatures to warm up a good bit just ahead of a potential cold front on Tuesday and to cool down behind that potential front on Wednesday.