DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — While today turned out to be spectacular indeed, these conditions won’t last long. Tonight’s dry spell will be broken around noon tomorrow as scattered storms pop-up across the Wiregrass. Temperatures will be around 90 degrees in the early afternoon but will quickly cool off for those that catch some of these storms. Rain could be very heavy at times, so be extra cautious while driving. While dinner plans may need to be held inside, firework shows after 9 PM CDT should be dry for most of the Tri-State residents.
Much like Friday, Saturday’s rain will begin in the early afternoon and evacuate the area in the late evening. Let the ooh’s and aah’s commence anywhere between 9 and 10 PM CDT when there is a decreased chance for showers.
After the festivities, we’ll keep the rain chances at 70% both Sunday and Monday with temperatures hanging out in the upper 80s. Those temperatures will struggle to get into the low 90s as we approach the end of the next work week, and rain chances will decrease to 50% or less by Thursday.