DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mainly sunny skies can be expected again today as we take another trip to the low 80s for highs. We’ll remain dry as rain chances stay confined to the Gulf Coast.
A 20% chance for a shower or two will return to the forecast on Friday as we start to shift towards a summer-like pattern to wrap up the work week. After beginning the morning in the 60s, we’ll trek up to the low 80s for afternoon highs once again.
Rain chances will go up to 40% on Saturday as a shortwave makes its way into the Tri-State and brings with it better moisture and instability. Much of the shower and storm activity should occur during the peak heating of the day (aka the afternoon hours). We’ll see similar temperatures to Friday as we wake up in the low 60s and reach the low 80s.
We’ll drop those rain chances down to 30% on Sunday as the influence of the aforementioned shortwave starts to push east out of our area. Temperatures will be a little warmer in the mid 60s to start the day. The same can be said for our highs, which will creep up a couple degrees to the mid 80s.
Rain chances will fall down even further to 20% on Monday. We’ll top out in the mid 80s for highs after starting off the morning in the mid 60s once again.
Tuesday and Wednesday will continue this trend of summer-like weather with isolated shower chances and warm temperatures each day. Lows will be in the mid 60s. Highs will stay parked in the mid 80s for Tuesday, but look for them to rise into the upper 80s for Wednesday. For now, we should stay just shy of that 90 degree mark!