DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is still in effect this evening until 9 PM CDT or 10 PM EDT. After the severe weather throughout the Tri-State today, the majority of the stronger storms have finally weakened. A few lingering showers and storms are possible later tonight.
Thursday will start off dry and in the low 70s as the Future Masters returns to game play. However, the afternoon and early evening hours will once again cause attendees to sport ponchos, rain jackets, and umbrellas as more storms move through the Wiregrass. Most places will peak close to 90 degrees just before storms fire up.
Friday’s rain chances will diminish to just an isolated shower or storm. Otherwise, we’ll have mostly cloudy skies and temperatures around the seasonal average of 91 degrees.
Saturday will have a few isolated storms, but mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 90s will be the story for most of the region.
Rain chances will gradually increase from Sunday to Wednesday with temperatures hovering in the low 90s as we finish the weekend and start the work week.
If you have photos or video of storm damage, please send them to @MatthewWine_wx on Twitter or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.