DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Now that Hurricane Delta is out of the picture, things will be quiet for quite some time. But with a couple cold fronts moving across the U.S. this week, we are going to see some much cooler temperatures once again.
Tonight will be one more very warm night. Temperatures will hang in the upper 60s, and patchy fog will be possible after midnight.
Tuesday-Thursday will be a few very nice but warm days. Afternoon highs will be in the middle 80s as mostly clear skies allow for plenty of daytime heating. Morning lows Wednesday will be about 10 degrees cooler than what we’ll see Tuesday morning as the first cold front moves through the SE U.S.
Friday will start off close to 60 degrees, but it will be the first day in a while that we don’t move into the 80s. Highs on Friday will be in the middle 70s as a second cold front moves in. The sky conditions will improve even further to sunny skies.
Saturday morning will be chilly as temps drop to the upper 40s. Highs won’t even make it out of the low 70s. Some of our northern counties might even manage to stay in the upper 60s Saturday afternoon.
Sunday and Monday will start climbing back out of the 70s and into the 80s. Morning lows will be close to 50 on Sunday and much closer to 60 on Monday. Mostly sunny skies will make for a beautiful start to next week.
Concerning the Tropics, there is already a hint at a tropical system to form in the Caribbean next week, and we will be watching it like a hawk. The NHC is already watching a disturbance East of the Caribbean Sea and have given it a 30% chance of development in the next 5 days.