WDHN Storm Team: Persistent storms will impact your Fourth of July celebrations


DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — As a gust front moves across the Wiregrass, another round of storms will pop up from East to West. Cities closer to the AL/GA border will dry out before cities closer to I-65. The last of the remaining showers should be gone before midnight, but many residents will see the rain end between 9 and 10 PM CDT.

Tomorrow will be much like today, wit the majority of the wet weather occurring between 1 PM and 7PM CDT, but a few storms will persist after sunset. For the latest on where the wet weather is, check posts on WDHN on Facebook and Twitter during the afternoon and evening or download the WDHN Weather App and use our interactive radar. Temperatures will peak in the low 90s just before the storms start rolling in the early afternoon hours.

Sunday will see scattered storms throughout much of the day from morning to night. Temperatures will stay at or below 90 degrees.

After Sunday, the storms will make daily appearances all the way through Friday. This should keep our high temperatures a few degrees cooler than normal for this time of year nearly every day next week.

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