DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We’ll likely see the development of frost again tonight across many locations in the Tri-State as temperatures drop down to near the 30 degree mark under clear skies. With this in mind, make sure to bring in your pets and plants and put them in a warm and dry location before you head off to bed like last night!

These frigid temperatures will likely stick around for a little bit on your Monday morning, so be sure to bundle up in a heavy jacket or coat and put on some gloves and a warm hat before you head out and about! It would also be a good idea to leave yourself some extra time to defrost your front and back windshields. From there though, we’ll warm up nicely as we go through the rest of the day, reaching the upper 50s during the afternoon with mostly sunny skies prevailing.

Cloud cover then looks to increase considerably as we head into the evening hours, followed by widespread showers pushing in after midnight as our next weather system starts to approach from the west. This will keep our low temperatures warmer than previous nights, with low 40s on tap as we head into daybreak Tuesday.

As this system (an area of low pressure down in the Gulf) tracks south of our area during the day on Tuesday, we’ll continue to see continuous rounds of rain push through the region. Because we will be on the northern side of the low (where the cooler air is), we’ll really struggle to warm, with most locations only topping out in the low 50s. These temperatures combined with the constant rain will make for a pretty raw day overall.

The good news is, this system will quickly move out by Tuesday night, with another shot of cooler air pushing in behind it. This will help drop our lows back down to the 30s and keep our high temperatures locked in the 50s for Wednesday and Thursday, with sunny to mostly sunny skies expected both days.

Our next system (a cold front) then looks to approach on Friday. At this point, it looks to only bring us an uptick in cloud cover, breezy conditions, and potentially a few showers. We’ll start off the day a little warmer in the upper 30s and make it up to the mid 50s once again.

In wake of this second system, we’ll see temperatures drop down yet again to begin the weekend, with Saturday featuring sub-freezing temperatures around 30 degrees in the morning followed by a climb to only the upper 40s for afternoon highs despite plenty of sunshine to go around.

Sunday looks to start off even colder, with upper 20s potentially on the table for the majority of us! We’ll warm up nicely though after this frigid start back to the 50s by the afternoon, with sunny skies expected once again.