DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — After another dry day, the Wiregrass will remain dry tonight with temperatures dropping into the mid-60s tonight. It will be the last cool morning for a while as moisture moves back into the area over the next few days.
The additional moisture will increase our chance for storms Thursday and Friday. Both days will be around 90 degrees with a 20% chance for isolated storms each day. If you are out on the town or participating in Juneteenth activities, you may want to keep an umbrella in the car in case one of those storms manages to find you.
The weekend looks primarily dry with above average temperatures for the Future Masters. With the increase in temperatures, we will keep an eye on the chance for a pop-up shower. Out of the two days, Sunday has the slightly better chance for a shower or storm. Despite the potential for wet weather, it will still be a good day for dads to fire up the grill for Father’s Day!
While many Tri-State residents will likely be dry Thursday-Sunday, the story will quickly change next week. Thunderstorms will be more numerous Monday-Wednesday as we keep reaching into the upper 80s with some folks peaking at 90 degrees.