A quiet forecast is in store for the Tennessee Valley tonight as thunderstorms are slowly dissipating down to light rain showers. By 10 p.m., most of the viewing area will be seeing mainly mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will hover into the mid to upper 60's with possible patchy fog developing in the higher elevations.
Try to beat the heat on Saturday, as southerly winds along with ample amount of sunshine should help warm us up into the upper 80's and lower 90's with very muggy conditions as dewpoints will surge into the lower 70's. Isolated thunderstorms are expected during the afternoon time, but they'll primarily be quick pop up thunderstorms that will not make the afternoon a complete washout.
On Sunday, a weak cold front will skim through the area. Emphasis on the weak, because our temperatures will merely drop a couple of degrees for highs into the upper 80's. This frontal boundary will be bringing more rain and wind than anything else.
Our weather pattern will continue to pull in from the Northwest, bringing more waves of wet weather back into the forecast for the beginning of the workweek next week.