Springfield, MO

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Hi: 50° Lo: 41°

Feels like 39°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 96%

Dewpoint: 41°
Wind Chill: 39°
Wind Direction: S
Wind Speed: 5 mph

Sunrise: 07:21:54 am
Sunset: 04:58:00 pm

Showers early, then cloudy and cool.

9 AM


Humidity: 98%
Precip: 20%

10 AM


Humidity: 93%
Precip: 20%

11 AM


Humidity: 86%
Precip: 20%

12 PM


Humidity: 85%
Precip: 0%

1 PM


Humidity: 84%
Precip: 10%

2 PM


Humidity: 82%
Precip: 10%


Hi: 58° Lo: 42

Hi: 60° Lo: 46

Hi: 58° Lo: 45

Hi: 62° Lo: 47

Hi: 43° Lo: 35

Hi: 37° Lo: 22

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Rain is rapidly moving out of the region early this morning and we should be mostly dry heading into the afternoon. Even with the rain ending, it will be a rather gray and gloomy day with clouds lingering. Temperatures will be cooler with highs climbing to near 50 degrees.

Weak high pressure will build over the Ozarks Monday and Tuesday with a dry and mild pattern returning. Highs will once again flirt with the 60 degree mark both days.

By midweek, another storm system will skirt by to our south bringing more clouds and possibly some showers to our far southern counties, mainly in northern Arkansas.

Thursday will be a very warm and windy day ahead of a powerful cold front that will bring huge changes to the Ozarks by the end of next week! Highs will warm into the low 60s but then temperatures will crash behind the front. By Friday, temperatures will only be in the 30s and we could struggle to even reach freezing by next weekend. In addition, a series of upper level disturbances could bring some wintry precipitation in time for Christmas but there is still tons of uncertainty with this. Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer!


Weather Headlines

Updated: 8:11 AM - A cloudy but mainly dry afternoon ahead with highs near 50.
Updated: 04/30/2017 - Check road closings on MoDOT's interactive map.
Posted: 04/27/2017 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is warning about possible flooding downstream from the lakes of the White River Basin.
Posted: 12/13/2017 - Climate change is partly to blame for the record rainfall that fell over Texas and Louisiana in the days after Hurricane Harvey's landfall on August 25, according to new scientific analysis.
Posted: 12/13/2017 - The meteor shower was named after the constellation Gemini because many of the meteors appear to come from that constellation.