DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Showers and storms this evening will be make for wet fields and a change of game strategy for many Tri-State football teams. Can we expect the same for the teams that kept their football games scheduled for Friday night?
Tomorrow will be another day with a moderate chance for showers and storms. Right now, many weather models are taking the rain through the Tri-State from south to north starting in the early afternoon and ending around half-time for our northern counties. The playing field will probably be wet, but the rain itself should stop falling in the early evening for Wiregrass residents to the south of Ozark. Severe weather is not expected, but kept that WDHN weather app on hand to monitor the storms.
Saturday’s timing for weather events has shifted a bit. Some scattered showers in the late morning hours are possible, but the line of storms is expected to roll through in the late evening and overnight hours into Sunday morning. This also means Sunday’s rain chances have gone up a bit, specifically before noon. After that, a few light wrap around showers are possible, but not much is expected.
The severe weather risk Saturday into Sunday is very low, but we will be watching and keeping you up to date on where the storms are located.
Next week from Columbus day through mid-week will be warm and drier! It will be a little hint of late summer until we get another cold front to swing on by.