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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Temperatures will fall sharply Monday, causing rain to change over to sleet or even snow in the Mid-South on Monday evening, our weather expert Austen Onek says.

While rain will begin early in the day, any accumulation of frozen precipitation should be light, less than half an inch. Austen says the air behind the approaching cold front is dry.

The National Weather Service says rain, snow, and sleet are likely in the afternoon or evening, then a slight chance of snow between midnight and 3 a.m.

Temperatures will hit an overnight low of 23. On Tuesday, skies will clear but temperatures will stay low.

Check our Weather Experts’ forecast here.

The city will open a warming center at 5 p.m. Monday as the weather turns bitter cold. The center will be at the Lewis Senior Center at 1188 North Parkway. It will remain open 24 hours a day until further notice.

Those seeking overnight shelter can go to the partners at Memphis Union Mission at 383 Poplar Avenue or The Salvation Army at 696 Jackson Avenue. For assistance regarding transportation, please contact the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) at (901) 636-2525.