Springfield, MO

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Overcast

55°F

Hi: 74° Lo: 55°

Feels like 55°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 83%

Dewpoint: 50°
Heat Index: 55°
Wind Direction: SE
Wind Speed: 21 mph

Sunrise: 07:03:07 am
Sunset: 07:33:32 pm

A few morning showers, then partial sun. Scattered PM storms will be severe.

7 AM


55°

Humidity: 83%
Precip: 20%

8 AM


56°

Humidity: 81%
Precip: 20%

9 AM


57°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 40%

10 AM


59°

Humidity: 79%
Precip: 60%

11 AM


61°

Humidity: 76%
Precip: 60%

12 PM


63°

Humidity: 76%
Precip: 40%

Thursday

Hi: 53° Lo: 53
Friday

Hi: 62° Lo: 40
Saturday

Hi: 72° Lo: 42
Sunday

Hi: 66° Lo: 50
Monday

Hi: 63° Lo: 30
Tuesday

Hi: 72° Lo: 51

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Good morning! Storms have been widespread overnight in Kansas and Oklahoma. While we’ll see a few early showers and storms over the western part of Missouri and perhaps northwest Arkansas this morning, these early storms will fall apart. Partial sun will allow temperatures to warm into the 70s today, while a warm front lifts into the area from the south. Scattered storms will then develop at some point this afternoon or evening and in strongly sheared environment. This will lead to severe weather, and this includes a tornado risk. These storms will move northeast quickly while the storm threat ends from west to east late tonight. Thursday will bring a few showers too, but they won’t be widespread. Temperatures will be much cooler on Thursday (perhaps dropping from morning highs). Friday looks decent and Saturday looks awesome. More rain and storms will arrive Sunday and Monday.


 




Weather Headlines

Updated: 03/29/2017 - The crash happened Tuesday afternoon as tornadoes formed in northern Texas.
3 mins ago - Morning showers and storms will weaken with partial sun expected this afternoon. Severe storms will develop this afternoon into tonight with tornadoes, hail, and high wind all possible.
Updated: 03/26/2017 - KY3's Futurecast Radar maps more stormy weather through Monday morning
Posted: 03/22/2017 - The larger quake was recorded Wednesday near Stroud, located about 60 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
Updated: 03/21/2017 - It happened during the first round of storms.