The below is sort of a pictorial of my lawn renovation project. Up until ~2 weeks ago I was very pleased with the way the entire lawn was maturing. From then on, it has been a little rocky in some spots. I have a few areas of beautiful fescue, but some other areas that are really struggling. I am located in Greenville SC, so Zone 7. We have been getting tons of rain this year. ~1-2 inches a week, sometimes more. Soil quality is not that good, mostly clay and for budget reasons I choose not to bring in topsoil. <---Figured that would make things difficult, but manageable. I planted Lesco's Transition Blend tall fescue along with a starter fertilizer April 18th of this year. On May 25th, I took a soil sample. Nitrogen was very low, phosphorus and potassium were OK. Ph was just on the low side at ~5. I put down ~1 lb/1000 nitrogen (Scotts Southern Turf) and 10 lb/1000 lime. Grass greened up and looked beautiful for the last week in May and the first of June. Since then however, the fescue has really struggled and I have a prolific weed problem. I have tried to contain the weeds with targeted treatment of Ortho-weed-be-gone but have since stopped as the daytime temps are into the high 80's. Anyone have any advice on what I can do to contain the weeds and help the fescue? Or am I just along for the ride until fall? Also, are the brown spots grubs, or brown patch? Pictures attached... Thanks!