MEMPHIS, TN--Tonight will be another cold one in the Mid-South. Clear skies and calm winds through midnight will help temperatures initially cool down very quickly. Winds will pick up toward sunrise tomorrow, helping to keep most areas from dropping much further. Sunday morning will start off in outlying locations in the upper 20's. Sunshine will stick around for tomorrow and a southerly wind during the day will boost temperatures into the upper 50's and lower 60's.
Clouds will arrive early Monday and will bring moderate to heavy rain by Monday afternoon and night. A few isolated thunderstorms can't be ruled out. Showers will linger into Tuesday morning before clearing out for the afternoon. Fortunately, no roller coaster temperatures this week. Despite a few chances of rain, temperatures each afternoon will only vary a few degrees, from the mid 50's to lower 60's throughout the week.
Have a great rest of your weekend.