DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Dense cloud cover and rounds of storms kept temperatures nearly 10 degrees below average for some Wiregrass residents today. These storms are still associated with the low pressure system that moved out of the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday night.
Wednesday will have more scattered storms during the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will barely make it into the low 90s just before the scattered storms cool us off. A few overnight showers and storms will be possible into Thursday morning.
Thursday may start off wet for some, but those that don’t see a morning shower will likely have one pop up during the afternoon. Temperatures will once again peak around 90 degrees before the coverage of rain becomes more extensive.
Friday will be the first of several above average days when it comes to high temperatures. Storm chances will decrease slightly, but we’ll continue with those daytime scattered showers and storms.
Both Saturday and Sunday will be in the mid-90s which could end up creating pop-up storms for some folks. We’ll keep and eye out for severe weather as these pulse-type storms could be on the stronger side. Otherwise, expect a hot day with mostly sunny skies.
The beginning of next week will see more highs in the low and mid-90s along with additional storms chances.