DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Today will the last of a string of days with mostly sunny, hot, and dry conditions over the past week. Additional moisture will be moving into the region over the next couple days which will greatly increase our rain chances.
Thursday will see widespread coverage of storms throughout the second half of the day, but a few could pop up around Noon especially for our eastern counties. Temperatures will stay in the upper 80s for most.
Friday will have a slight decrease in rain chances, but the scattered storms won’t dissipate entirely. A stray shower or storm could wander into some of our Friday Night Football games in the Tri-State, but things look to be trending drier.
Saturday and Sunday will very likely have numerous storms passing through the region both days. Neither day looks like a wash out, but you might have to change some of those weekend plans around these late afternoon/early evening scattered storms.
Next week could very well see a tiny taste of Fall as a cold front attempts to make its way across the Southeast US. Rain chances will be high on Tuesday, and temperatures likely won’t make it out of the 80s both Tuesday and Wednesday.