DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mostly clear skies can be expected tonight as we once again drop into the low 70s area-wide.

Monday will have a slightly better chance for afternoon showers and storms compared to the weekend as the ridge currently over the Southeast flattens out a bit and more moisture streams in from the Gulf. With rain chances only increasing to 30%, though, not everyone in the Tri-State will see a shower or storm. We’ll top out in the low 90s during the afternoon hours.

Rain chances will increase to 50% on Tuesday as the aforementioned ridge breaks down a little bit more and an upper level trough pushes in. Scattered showers and storms will again be most likely during the PM hours. We’ll take another trip to the lower 90s from the low and mid 70s.

Wednesday will likely be our wettest day this week with a 60% chance for showers and storms. Most locations should only reach the 90 degree mark since we’ll have more clouds in place during the day in addition to the higher coverage of rain and storms.

Rain chances will fall back to 50% on Thursday. Like many of the days before, we can expect to climb into the low 90s for highs.

We’ll be a little bit drier to close out the work week, with Friday only having a 30% chance for PM showers and storms. Highs will be in the low 90s once again.

Rain chances will go back up into the 40-50% range for Saturday and Sunday as the ridge flattens back out again. Both days will have highs in the lower 90s and lows in the 70s.