DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be significantly warmer than last night. Lows will hover right around 40 degrees with some dropping into the upper 30s briefly. Clouds will slowly build in throughout the night.
Thanksgiving Day will be a seasonably warm one! We’ll have partly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 60s. For those that enjoy throwing the ol’ pig skin in the backyard, this is a great forecast for you!
A few showers will move into the Tri-State after midnight as a cold front approaches the area. This will keep our overnight temperatures warm for the most part, but they will likely drop quickly as we approach sunrise.
Friday morning will probably start in the middle or upper 40s and dry if the cold front passes through fast enough. Highs will move into the upper 50s as mostly sunny skies return to the region.
Saturday will likely start in the middle 30s, and our highs will peak in the low 60s.
Sunday is where the discrepancies lie in the forecast. Some of the models are in significant disagreement with each other concerning a system that was previously through to be kept far out in the Gulf of Mexico. If this system moves further north, we’ll introduce rain chances and cooler temperatures into the forecast for Sunday. If it stays far out in the Gulf, we can expect partly sunny skies and warmer temperatures.
Monday-Wednesday all look sunny with highs expected to be a little warmer each day.