No 100° Days In Alabama, Two Years In A Row

No 100° Days In Alabama, Two Years In A Row

High temperatures in Alabama have yet to break the century mark this summer
According to official National Weather Service climate records, for two years in a row, high temperatures have not reached 100°F or higher. In Dothan, the hottest temperatures were in the end of July when we had a string of days reach 96°F for the high temperature.

The forecast for the rest of this work week will be hot, because of low rain chances until the weekend, but highs will fall short of reaching 100°F. Since meteorological Summer, which runs June, July, and August, will be winding down in just three weeks, it is unlikely that we will break into the 100s at this point. On Friday, the average high temperature at the Dothan Regional Airport drops from 92°F to 91°F. 

To track the weather anytime, click on DothanFirst.com/wx. You can also get the latest forecast from WDHN and Storm Tracker Live by downloading the WDHN Weather App which is available for all Apple and Android products.


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