Memphis--Get ready for more rain. Scattered to numerous showers are likely Saturday with the heaviest rain during the day happening across NE Arkansas. A strong cold front and low pressure system will also bring a few strong/severe storms to the Mississippi delta Saturday evening. Cities with the greatest chance of seeing damaging winds and an isolated tornado threat are SW of Memphis and include Helena, Marianna and Clarksdale. The band of heaviest rain will move east to along the Mississippi River Saturday night and east of the Mississippi River Sunday. 2"-4" rain totals are expected through Monday.
Colder air will quickly arrive after midnight Saturday night and temperatures will drop around 20 degrees within a 4 hour period. Steady or falling temperatures in the low 40s Sunday will serve as a wake up call to old man winter's arrival. If moisture is slow to move out, a mix of rain, sleet and snow could develop across the Mid-South Sunday night into Monday.
SATURDAY: Rain likely, a t-storm is possible; breezy and warm. High in Memphis 72 degrees.
SATURDAY NIGHT: T-storms. Heavy rain likely. Rapidly falling temperatures after midnight. 6:00 a.m. Sunday temperature 43 degrees.
SUNDAY: Rain likely early in the day. Showers possible during the afternoon and evening. Afternoon temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s.