DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Another gorgeous day has come to an end. How much longer will we see such great conditions? We’ve got those answers right here.
Tonight will be much milder as we only drop into the low 50s. Overnight lows this week will be well into the 50s because of easterly and southerly winds most nights.
Saturday will be a great start to the weekend! Mostly sunny skies and temperatures up into the middle and upper 70s will make for a warmer than normal day. The dry conditions continue, but the same can’t be said as we enter next week.
There will be a chance for an isolated shower Sunday-Tuesday, but most people should remain dry. The above average temperatures continue despite a cold front passing through on Monday morning.
Wednesday will be the most likely day for showers and storms. Warm air ahead of the storms will take us closer to 80 degrees. We will continue to monitor the situation for the possibility of severe weather, but right now the most likely chance for stronger storms appears to be north of our area.
Thanksgiving Day is a little uncertain because of the timing of the system that should bring us rain on Wednesday. The latest data is slowing down the line of showers and storms, so I can’t rule out wet weather on Thursday morning. However, I expect those showers to be out of here for the celebratory dinners. Our temperatures are also a little uncertain, but the expectation is average to above average for this time of year.
Friday will be mostly sunny and a little cooler than the first half of the week, but it will still be a couple notches above our average of 70 degrees.