DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Mark it down as yet another day with a high temperatures below average. A stubborn layer of clouds remained over the Tri-State and prevented many of us from reaching the low 50s today. We’ll keep the clouds around tonight, and temperatures will drop into the middle and upper 30s.
Wednesday will be 50/50 in terms of cloud cover. Expect to be right around 50 degrees with the warmest spots to the SE of Dothan once again. An isolated shower or mist is possible, but most of the wet weather should remain just outside of the Wiregrass.
Thursday will start off in the low 30s, but we’ll finally see significant warming throughout the day. A couple spots might make it to 60 degrees, but most places will remain in the upper 50s. Sunny skies will make for a prettier day than the past few.
Friday will bring a 40% chance of rain to the Tri-State as a front moves across the Southeast U.S. Models are starting to shift the rain further to the East, so we might be dropping those rain chances for many of our Alabama viewers. Highs will be in the middle and upper 50s.
Saturday and Sunday both look dry at this point, and we expect colder air to roll in on the back side of Friday’s cold front. A couple showers might be present Sunday night into Monday morning.
MLK Jr. Day could have a few showers, but confidence is not very high right now. We’ll keep those 50s around both Monday and Tuesday.