DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — It has been a bit of a dreary day out there, but things are about to change in a hurry! We’ll clear out late tonight and drop those temperatures into the upper 30s.

We’ll start off chilly on Wednesday and struggle to really warm up. Highs will peak right around or just below 60 degrees despite plenty of sunshine.

Thursday will start off even colder with lows in the middle 30s and patchy frost possible. We’ll continue those sunny conditions from Wednesday, and temperatures will only move into the low 60s

Friday is when things start to warm up! We’ll still see the upper 30s early in the morning, but mostly sunny skies and winds out of the south will allow us to return to the upper 60s for the first time in a while.

Saturday and Sunday will both be very warm and mostly sunny. Morning lows will only dip into the middle and upper 50s, and afternoon highs will peak in the middle 70s.

Monday and Tuesday keep our lows in the middle and upper 50s and our highs in the middle 70s. Clouds will start to build in, and there are some hints at light rain possibly retuning to the Tri-State around this time. We’ll hold off on putting any rain chances in the forecast for now.