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Springfield, MO

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Overcast

41°F

Hi: 46° Lo: 30°

Feels like 38°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 93%

Dewpoint: 39°
Wind Chill: 38°
Wind Direction: SSE
Wind Speed: 5 mph

Sunrise: 06:53:51 am
Sunset: 06:00:44 pm

Early freezing drizzle then cloud. Rain developing in the afternoon.

1 PM


45°

Humidity: 84%
Precip: 20%

2 PM


47°

Humidity: 83%
Precip: 20%

3 PM


47°

Humidity: 82%
Precip: 20%

4 PM


47°

Humidity: 83%
Precip: 60%

5 PM


48°

Humidity: 82%
Precip: 60%

6 PM


47°

Humidity: 85%
Precip: 70%

Friday

Hi: 53° Lo: 42
Saturday

Hi: 62° Lo: 48
Sunday

Hi: 55° Lo: 28
Monday

Hi: 60° Lo: 32
Tuesday

Hi: 64° Lo: 40
Wednesday

Hi: 61° Lo: 45

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The melting process has begun across the Ozarks with temperatures at midday warming to the mid and upper 30s. This is melting off some of the light ice from the overnight hours. Another round of light rain will move into the region this afternoon and early tonight and this time we'll see all liquid as temperatures stay in the 40s. There may even be a few rumbles of thunder. Friday looks dry to start with highs back in the 50s. Rain will once again arrive in the afternoon and evening and may continue through the night and well into Saturday. Thunder is again possible especially over Arkansas and far southern Missouri. This is also the region that will see the highest rainfall totals through Saturday with another 2-3" common. A cold front will move through late Saturday and it may get quite windy for a time. Dry weather is expected (with some sun) Sunday through Tuesday with rain returning Wednesday of next week.


 


Weather Headlines

4 mins ago - Showers and a few storms will return this afternoon.
Updated: 08/22/2016 - KSPR's Interactive radar tracks stormy weather across the Ozarks.
Posted: 02/09/2018 - Check road conditions on the Arkansas and Missouri interactive maps.
Updated: 02/21/2018 - The KY3 Storm Team is tracking another round of light freezing rain mixed with sleet.
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.