DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Light rain will continue pushing through the region during the overnight hours. Temperatures will fall into the low 40s.
A sprinkle or two will remain possible early Sunday morning, but we’ll be dry and partly sunny after that for the rest of the day. Thanks to another shot of cool and dry air moving in behind our front, most locations will only warm into the mid 50s for highs.
Monday will start out cold in the mid 30s, but we’ll end up considerably warmer than past days as afternoon highs return to the 60s. A mix of sun and clouds will fill the skies.
A shortwave will move through the region on Tuesday and bring us a 30% chance for showers. We’ll begin the morning milder in the upper 40s and make it up to the low 60s once again.
We’ll dry out and continue warming up behind this system on Wednesday. Expect to rise into the upper 60s under partly cloudy skies after waking up around 50.
THANKSGIVING DAY FORECAST: Most of the day should be dry with increasing clouds ahead of our next system, which will bring rain back in either during the evening or overnight hours. The majority of the region will top out in the seasonal low 70s.
Friday will have a 40% chance for showers, mainly during the first half of the day. We’ll reach the low 60s sometime during the morning hours before our next blast of cool air arrives.
Saturday will be mainly sunny, dry, and cool. We’ll start next weekend back down in the 30s and only make it up to around 60 for afternoon highs.