DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Over the past 3 days, the Dothan Regional Airport has recorded more than 3.2 inches of rain. That’s more rain than we saw in the entire month of July! While we definitely need the rain, getting 1.42″ in a single hour like we did today might be a little too much in such a short period of time.
Wednesday will provide more scattered storm during the afternoon and evening hours. Before the storms, we’ll see temperatures hanging in the low-to-mid-90s. Once the storms begin, we’ll plummet into the 70s just like we did today.
Thursday and Friday will continue the high chance for rain at 70% both days and a pair of 92s for the high temps. Saturday will also sit in the low 90s with a slightly lower rain chance at 50%.
Sunday onward will see a decline in showers and storms and an increase in sunshine! Temperatures will be back in the mid-90s, but we aren’t expecting to return to those upper 90s that we saw all of last week.
Tracking the Tropics: After a quiet past few days, Tropical Depression Eleven has finally formed out in the Atlantic. We’ll keep an eye on it as it approaches the Leeward Islands and takes a similar track to what we’ve seen with the most recent storms.