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Springfield, MO

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Clear

76°F

Hi: 94° Lo: 74°

(Feels like 76°F)
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 79%

Dewpoint: 69°
Heat Index: 76°
Wind Direction: SSE
Wind Speed: 8 mph

Sunrise: 05:52:54 am
Sunset: 08:36:54 pm

Mostly sunny, hot and humid. Isolated afternoon storms possible.

Tuesday

Hi: 90° Lo: 72
Wednesday

Hi: 85° Lo: 70
Thursday

Hi: 84° Lo: 68
Friday

Hi: 88° Lo: 68
Saturday

Hi: 92° Lo: 71
Sunday

Hi: 94° Lo: 73

8 AM


79°

Humidity: 74%
Precip: 0%

9 AM


81°

Humidity: 69%
Precip: 0%

10 AM


83°

Humidity: 64%
Precip: 0%

11 AM


85°

Humidity: 59%
Precip: 0%

12 PM


87°

Humidity: 56%
Precip: 10%

1 PM


88°

Humidity: 52%
Precip: 20%
2 PM | 89°
| 20%
3 PM | 90°
| 20%
4 PM | 90°
| 20%
5 PM | 89°
| 20%
6 PM | 88°
| 20%
7 PM | 87°
| 20%
8 PM | 85°
| 20%
9 PM | 82°
| 0%
10 PM | 79°
| 0%
11 PM | 78°
| 0%
12 AM | 77°
| 0%
1 AM | 76°
| 10%
2 AM | 75°
| 10%
3 AM | 74°
| 10%
4 AM | 73°
| 10%
5 AM | 72°
| 10%
6 AM | 71°
| 10%
7 AM | 73°
| 10%

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Another warm and muggy night on the way with temperatures only falling into the mid 70s. Any isolated storms will quickly die off after sunset with mostly clear skies overnight.

Monday will be another hot and muggy day with highs in the 90s and a heat index in the triple digits once again. A handful of storms will develop during the afternoon but like we've seen recently, these will be isolated and most of us will stay dry.

By Tuesday, a change in the weather pattern begins to unfold as the persistent ridge of high pressure slides east and a stationary front sets up over the Ozarks. At the same time, Gulf of Mexico moisture will surge north and a series of disturbances will begin to arrive from the west. All this will combine to bring us better storm chances beginning Tuesday afternoon and lasting right through the end of the week. A few storms on any given day could become strong to severe. More cloud cover and higher storm chances will allow temperatures to cool closer to average in the mid 80s.


 




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