DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Temperatures will remain on the mild side once again tonight as most locations fall into the low 60s under mostly clear skies.

For your Monday, we can look forward to another warm and mostly sunny day, but unlike the last couple days, we won’t be entirely dry. There will be a 20% chance for a shower during the afternoon and early evening hours, mainly driven by daytime heating and a moistening of our airmass ahead of the next front. Highs will climb up a couple degrees from today as we make it up to the mid to upper 80s area-wide.

Rain chances will go up to 40% on Tuesday as the aforementioned next front moves into the region and brings with it a line of scattered showers and a few embedded storms. All of this activity will likely push through during the late afternoon to early evening timeframe, with the front’s passage to follow. No severe storms are anticipated. Highs will drop off a bit to around 85 thanks to the better coverage of rain and increased cloud cover.

Cool and dry air will follow immediately in wake of the front. This will set the stage for sunny skies to return on Wednesday, but with more seasonable temperatures for this time of year. After waking up much cooler in the mid 50s, expect to reach the low 80s for afternoon highs.

This downward trend in temperature post-front won’t last too long because we’ll start warming up again on Thursday. We’ll begin the morning cool again in the 50s and climb back into the mid 80s for the afternoon under mostly sunny skies.

Friday will look to feature relatively similar temperatures and conditions (mostly sunny skies) as we start out in the 50s and take another trip up to the mid 80s for highs. However, we won’t be entirely dry like the day before, as an isolated shower or two cannot be ruled out for the afternoon.

We’ll see the same thing on Saturday: mostly sunny skies and a low-end chance for a shower or two. After waking up slightly milder in the upper 50s and low 60s, we can expect to rise into the mid 80s once again.

Our next system then looks to move in on Sunday. With it, we can anticipate a slightly higher chance for showers (30% for now). We’ll begin the second half of next weekend even warmer in the low 60s and top out in the mid 80s again during the afternoon.