DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — After some gusty winds and heavy rain earlier this evening, we’re left with some lingering and much lighter rain as we head into the overnight hours.

Tuesday morning will start off right around 50 degrees. Showers will be scattered across the area throughout the day. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 50s and low 60s for most of the SE Alabama while the rest of the Tri-State will be just a few degrees warmer.

Wednesday has a 70% chance for more scattered showers and a storm or two. Morning temperatures should be in the middle 50s. Afternoon highs might be very different from one side of the Tri-State to the other. Those north and west of the Dothan area will be in the low 60s, while those south and east will be closer to 70 degrees.

Thursday still has a 20% chance for rain, but drier conditions and a shift in the winds will lead to our temperatures jumping up to the low 70s.

Friday doesn’t dry us out just yet! With a few showers still possible, we’ll give it a 30% chance for rain right now. Temperatures will really start to increase at this point with most of the Tri-State and surrounding areas expected to be in the upper 70s.

Saturday looks primarily dry during the day, and temperatures will be very, very warm. Expect morning lows in the low or even middle 60s and afternoon highs close to or even surpassing 80 degrees! A cold front should pass through the Southeast U.S. later in the evening or even overnight into early Sunday morning. This will lead to another medium to high chance for rain and will eventually usher in some much cooler air.

Sunday might start off with some showers early, but we should dry out as the day goes on. Depending on the timing of the cold front, morning lows could dip into the upper 40s while afternoon highs might only rebound to the low 60s despite more sunshine.

Monday will likely start the week off right around or even just below average for both morning lows and afternoon highs. Sunny skies should finally return to the Wiregrass at this point.