DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The severe weather risk is over for the Tri-State. The Flash Flood Watch that was originally supposed to go until 7 AM Friday for SW Ga. counties has been canceled. More showers with some rumbles of thunder tonight. Besides taking it a little slower on the roads this evening and tonight, our weather worries are finally starting to subside.
Friday will be a cool one: morning lows in the upper 30s and low 40s will only rise to right around 50 degrees for afternoon highs. A few morning showers are possible, but the cloudy skies will give way to more peeks of sunshine later in the afternoon.
Saturday will start off sub-freezing and climb into the middle 50s. Sunny skies all day long will be a welcome sight after our multiple rounds of rain this week.
Sunday’s sunny skies and southerly winds will warm us up into the low and middle 60s! While neither day will be bad per say, Sunday is my pick of the weekend for outdoor activities.
A line of showers is expected to move across the SE U.S. on Monday, but it think it will be fairly broken on the far southern edge. Ahead of the scattered showers, temperatures will move into the middle 60s. Once they move through, lows will drop into the upper 30s Monday night.
Tuesday will start cool, but we expect to easily move back to at least 60 degrees. Any morning clouds will move out and give way to lots of sunshine.
Wednesday will be sunny, warm, pleasant, and overall amazing in terms of weather! morning lows will be in the low and middle 40s, and highs will be in the upper 60s.
Thursday will see an increase in clouds, and temperatures will be close to 70 degrees.