DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A very low chance for an isolated shower in one of our Georgia counties exists tomorrow, but everyone else should remain dry once again. Temperatures will start in the low 60s and peak in the low to middle 80s.
Friday will be the day for the passage of the cold front; however, it won’t affect everyone the same. Because of the timing of the front, areas closer to the FL/GA/AL border will warm up a little more than those further north and west in the Wiregrass. Temperatures will barely peak in the low 80s south and east of Dothan, but they will hold in the upper 70s north and west of Dothan. No rain with this front, so try to enjoy that Friday evening outside if possible. And you won’t need the rain jackets for those high school football games.
Saturday will be a wee bit cooler: morning lows closer to 50 and afternoon highs in the mid-70s. It won’t be as chilly as previously thought, so you can probably shed that light jacket around lunch time.
Sunday-Wednesday will be back in the 80s! Those mostly sunny skies will continue for at least the first half of next week, and rain chances will remain very low.