Memphis--Clouds will increase Sunday night as a new weather system develops in the southern plains. Dry air in the lowest part of the atmosphere will limit the chance of precipitation Sunday night and early Monday. However, sleet and freezing rain may occur briefly along and especially well north of I-4O if moisture can reach the ground early Monday. There will likely be several dry hours Monday morning, but the chance of rain will increase during the afternoon and evening. By Monday night rain will become likely. New Year's Eve will be wet and cold with temperatures holding steady in the 40s as the guitar drops on Beale Street. Light rain will continue Monday with the best chance of rain in northern Mississippi.
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THIS EVENING: Increasing Clouds. Temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, with a 20% chance of sleet, freezing rain or rain. Low in Memphis 34 degrees.
MONDAY: Cloudy, rain developing. High in Memphis 45 degrees.
NEW YEAR'S EVE: Cloudy, rain likely. Low in Memphis 40 degrees.
NEW YEAR'S DAY: Cloudy, light rain. High in Memphis 45 degrees.