Springfield, MO

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Overcast

34°F

Hi: 50° Lo: 26°

Feels like 25°F
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 50%

Dewpoint: 17°
Wind Chill: 25°
Wind Direction: SSE
Wind Speed: 13 mph

Sunrise: 06:48:12 am
Sunset: 06:04:52 pm

Mainly cloudy with a slight chance for a few showers or flurries.

7 AM


34°

Humidity: 52%
Precip: 0%

8 AM


35°

Humidity: 50%
Precip: 10%

9 AM


38°

Humidity: 47%
Precip: 20%

10 AM


41°

Humidity: 48%
Precip: 60%

11 AM


42°

Humidity: 53%
Precip: 70%

12 PM


40°

Humidity: 65%
Precip: 70%

Monday

Hi: 60° Lo: 33
Tuesday

Hi: 73° Lo: 47
Wednesday

Hi: 50° Lo: 42
Thursday

Hi: 52° Lo: 28
Friday

Hi: 50° Lo: 27
Saturday

Hi: 62° Lo: 32

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Good evening! High pressure moved across the Ozarks today and brought sunshine but chilly temperatures. An upper wave will approach us from the west on Sunday and will bring plenty of clouds. There may be a few showers (rain or snow early on) as well, but the atmosphere will pretty dry under the cloud layer and nothing substantial is expected. Monday will bring a few showers as well, but not much. Tuesday is beginning to look quite balmy thanks to a south wind, but a front will bring cooler air again Wednesday along with some rain, and potentially even isolated thunderstorms. As far as temperatures go, we'll warm up near normal, lower 50s, on Sunday, then keep climbing into the first half of next week. By Tuesday, we could see another round of 70s across the Ozarks, before cooling back near normal for the second half of the workweek.


 




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