DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A line of strong storms rolled through the Tri-State this morning with some gusty winds and quite a few loud crashes of thunder. More rain is expected tonight as temperatures hold in the 60s.
Tomorrow will be another warm day as we move into the upper 60s and low 70s yet again. Scattered showers will lead to multiple periods of rain. Most of the severe weather within the marginal risk should stay east of Dothan. Damaging winds and an isolated tornado will be possible in our GA counties, but most of our AL counties should escape the strongest storms. Behind the front, gusts could be up to 30 mph and temperatures will drop into the upper 30s and low 40s.
The seasonably cool start Thursday morning might be a little bit of a shock to the system considering we have been in the 50s and 60s for lows the past few days. Sunny skies will make for a nice day. Highs should stay below 60 degrees.
We’ll start close to freezing Friday morning, and the sunny skies will enable us to warm up to a seasonable 60 degrees.
Saturday morning will be right around 40 degrees. Afternoon highs will move into the middle 60s, and skies will gradually become more cloudy.
Sunday will likely be wet with a 50% chance for rain. Temperatures will bounce back close to 70 degrees ahead of the front.
Monday and Tuesday will both be seasonable in terms of high and low temperatures. Right now, both days should be dry; however, we’ll watch to see if some of Sunday’s showers stick around Monday morning.