As the area of low-pressure slowly moves east, rain has departed with partial clearing this afternoon. We should get about 24 hours of dry weather before the next impulse wraps around the Tennessee low. Timing beyond the first 24 hours is a bit iffy, and tough to determine exactly where the precipitation cutoff will be. High temperature forecast will be totally cloud/precipitation dependent.
The low pressure in Tennessee will finally exit to the northeast somewhere around Friday. Even then, a lot of moisture remains available for diurnally driven convection. No organized systems, but will be carrying a daily mention of showers/storms, mainly during the afternoons.