Low to mid
90sPartly cloudy, hot and humid. Chance for storms.
Partly cloudy, few storms in northern Ozarks.
Partly cloudy, chance for storms late in day.
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During the mid morning hours some strong storms had quickly developed in southeastern Kansas and were generally moving eastward toward southwestern Missouri. Rain chances, for the most part, appear to be fairly limited but given our upper level pattern in combination with surface features it is difficult to rule out storms completely. Keep an eye on the sky for at least the slight chance for storms. Some could be severe.
HOT AGAIN TODAY, COLD FRONT LATE MONDAY
A warm front exists across central Missouri and will not move much for the next few days. Afternoon temperatures look to reach the low to mid 90s again today bit after factoring in the humidity it will feel more like 100 degrees.
Tomorrow we will be tracking a cold front in Kansas that is expected to work through much of the area by Tuesday morning. A few thunderstorms will be possible along the front late Monday and overnight into Tuesday. There will be a slight cool down behind the front but in the upper levels of the atmosphere a very warm pattern continues with upper level high pressure building into the region.
STAYING HOT & DRY
Highs on Tuesday will be in the upper 80s before conditions warm back into the mid 90s as quickly as Thursday. Hot and dry weather continues into the long range forecast. July starts on Friday and if the Springfield area does not see much more rain we will finish the month in the top 5 driest Junes on record.