Springfield, MO

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Broken Clouds

65°F

Hi: 67° Lo: 46°

Feels like 65°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 73%

Dewpoint: 56°
Heat Index: 65°
Wind Direction: NW
Wind Speed: 9 mph

Sunrise: 05:59:01 am
Sunset: 08:22:22 pm

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the mid 40s.

1 PM


63°

Humidity: 75%
Precip: 20%

2 PM


63°

Humidity: 72%
Precip: 20%

3 PM


64°

Humidity: 67%
Precip: 20%

4 PM


65°

Humidity: 62%
Precip: 20%

5 PM


65°

Humidity: 59%
Precip: 20%

6 PM


65°

Humidity: 54%
Precip: 0%

Wednesday

Hi: 61° Lo: 44
Thursday

Hi: 76° Lo: 60
Friday

Hi: 80° Lo: 67
Saturday

Hi: 83° Lo: 55
Sunday

Hi: 74° Lo: 52
Monday

Hi: 79° Lo: 61

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A cold front moved through the Ozarks this morning and will move through by afternoon from west to east. There is also some upper energy moving in so scattered showers and perhaps even a storm will be possible through the day. Temperatures may hit just above 70° east of the front today in places east and south of Springfield, but much of the Missouri Ozarks will be in the 60s today. Lows tonight will be in the 40s and highs on Wednesday will barely get above 60°. Scattered showers will return in the afternoon and evening under the influence of a cold upper low. A quick reversal will occur on Thursday with sunshine and middle 70s. Friday and Saturday will be even warmer. Models have been showing extreme instability developing over the area particularly on Saturday. A cold front will be approaching and we'll have to watch for widely scattered severe storms. This scenario could favor huge hail, so those planning on being outside should be on the lookout. Much of the rain will be gone by Sunday and the rest of the weekend looks great.


 




Weather Headlines

Updated: 12:51 PM - Showers are possible at times today with a mix of sun and clouds.
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.
Updated: 05/20/2017 - Survey teams from the National Weather Service have identified more tornadoes as they inspect more damage from Friday’s storms.
Updated: 05/19/2017 - Lawrence County Sheriff Brad Delay shared these pictures of storm damage near Stotts City on I-44.