Saturday evening will be drier compared to earlier today, and there may be a few breaks in the cloud cover. Humidity will remain high though.

Showers and storms will only be isolated with longer periods of dry conditions. West of Chattanooga in Marion and Grundy Co in TN, Dade Co in Georgia, and Jackson Co in AL will have the greatest chance for rain for the evening from about 8PM EDT/7PM CDT to midnight/11PM CDT.

Temperatures will remain mild but muggy in the 70s for Saturday night out plans. Then overnight, a few more spotty showers with lows in the upper 60s to 70.

On Sunday, scattered showers and storms will continue with the largest coverage happening in the afternoon. Not as much rain is expected on Sunday as Saturday, but the ground is becoming saturated. Rainfall will be heavy at times, so flash flooding will be a concern. Remember to never dry through flooded roads. Highs will be in the low 80s. 

Monday will have more scattered showers and storms but in decreasing numbers (60%) with highs in the low to mid-80s. Additional rainfall for Sunday and Monday should be 1-1.5" on average.

By Tuesday we will see a change with highs around 80, drier air, partly cloudy, and only a 10% chance for a shower in the morning. Wednesday will have some isolated showers again and more clouds with highs from 75-78.

The week will end nicely with upper 70s on Thursday and partly cloudy. Friday will have highs in the low 80s and mostly sunny.