Mostly cloudy and windy. Chance of showers in the Western Ozarks.
Clouds, wind and warmth. Showers and a few storms develop.TUESDAYLow 60s
Showers early, then partly to mostly cloudy and cooler
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It could be so warm tomorrow morning that the Record High Minimum temperature may be set if the low stays at or above 58º in Springfield tonight. That's 4º warmer than the average high for Monday. Yup. That's toasty.
The warmest air of the week will be found in the Ozarks Monday... as gust Southwest winds push Southern heat and humidity into our backyards. Warming winds will continue through early Tuesday before letting up a bit after one initial wave of colder air passes through.
The main surge of cold won't arrive until late Wednesday.
INTO THE (DEER) WOODS
Hunters: showers are possible in the West overnight and early Monday. Rain amounts look relatively light. If you're along or East of US 65, rain may pick up in the afternoon and for some, thunderstorms may develop... especially the farther East an south you go from Springfield. The strongest storms, if any, will be found in South-Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas where the greatest amount of heat is expected to meet the best lift and moisture.