DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Now that most of the shower activity has ended for the Tri-State, our temperatures will fall into the low 70s tonight.
Wednesday will likely have less rain than what we had throughout the area today, so we’ll drop the rain chance to 50%. Highs will still be in the middle 80s.
Thursday will be primarily dry, but a few showers are still possible. With less rain, we can expect our highs to be a few degrees warmer for much of the region.
Friday and Saturday take that rain chance right back up to 50% with scattered showers and a few storms expected. We’ll continue the trend of morning lows in the low 70s and highs below 90 degrees.
Sunday will likely have widespread low 90s for highs and a rain chance of only 40%.
Monday and Tuesday will also be in the low 90s and keep some scattered showers in the Wiregrass.