Springfield, MO

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Overcast

53°F

Hi: 55° Lo: 46°

(Feels like 53°F)
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 86%

Dewpoint: 49°
Heat Index: 53°
Wind Direction: SW
Wind Speed: 9 mph

Sunrise: 07:25:02 am
Sunset: 06:31:26 pm

Occasional showers or light rain, ending by late afternoon.

Saturday

Hi: 65° Lo: 43
Sunday

Hi: 60° Lo: 32
Monday

Hi: 63° Lo: 40
Tuesday

Hi: 63° Lo: 43
Wednesday

Hi: 58° Lo: 44
Thursday

Hi: 58° Lo: 46

3 PM


55°

Humidity: 85%
Precip: 20%

4 PM


56°

Humidity: 86%
Precip: 20%

5 PM


55°

Humidity: 89%
Precip: 0%

6 PM


55°

Humidity: 89%
Precip: 0%

7 PM


55°

Humidity: 91%
Precip: 0%

8 PM


55°

Humidity: 89%
Precip: 10%
9 PM | 55°
| 10%
10 PM | 54°
| 20%
11 PM | 53°
| 10%
12 AM | 53°
| 10%
1 AM | 53°
| 10%
2 AM | 53°
| 10%
3 AM | 53°
| 10%
4 AM | 53°
| 10%
5 AM | 51°
| 10%
6 AM | 49°
| 10%
7 AM | 47°
| 10%
8 AM | 47°
| 10%
9 AM | 50°
| 10%
10 AM | 53°
| 0%
11 AM | 56°
| 0%
12 PM | 60°
| 0%
1 PM | 62°
| 0%
2 PM | 63°
| 0%

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Rain will end this afternoon over Missouri and will be out of the region completely by mid-evening. Highs will stay in the 50s today, so you may want a jacket. A cold front will move through early Saturday, with another, stronger front arriving in the afternoon. With full sunshine we’ll see highs around 60 in central Missouri to a few upper 60s in Arkansas. It will be windy, though, with gusts near 30 mph. Sunday looks cold to start with a good potential of frost, if not a light freeze for areas east of Springfield. We’re right back in the 60s early next week with a chance for showers by Wednesday or Thursday.


 


Weather Headlines

Updated: 08/22/2016 - KSPR's Interactive radar tracks stormy weather across the Ozarks.
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: 03/27/2018 - Check road conditions on the Arkansas and Missouri interactive maps.
Posted: 04/12/2017 - A look at pictures submitted by our fans via the KSPR Weather App.
Posted: 10/18/2018 - No place in the United States is expected to be colder than normal, said Mike Halpert, deputy director of the government's Climate Prediction Center.