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Low 40sPartly cloudy, staying cool.12-hour forecast
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CHILLY AFTERNOON AFTER COLDEST MORNING SO FAR
This morning's low temperatures were the coldest temperatures we've experienced so far this winter in the Ozarks. Springfield dropped to 11 degrees with a wind chill of only 2 degrees above zero. It continues to be a chilly day with highs only expected to reach the upper 30s to low 40s this afternoon. Winds will be breezy out of the southwest. It will not be quite as cold tonight as last night with lows in the mid 20s.
ACTIVE UPPER PATTERN
Another cold front is going to move through tomorrow morning. Temperatures will reach the low 40s in southern Missouri and upper 40s in Arkansas tomorrow afternoon near the front. The upper level pattern is expected to be fairly active for the next week which will result in some ups and downs for us in the forecast.
Clouds will increase on Friday and a few sprinkles of rain are possible. An upper level system will move over the region by early Saturday so the weekend will likely be chilly to start with highs in the low 40s.
WEEKEND WARM UP
Southerly winds will kick in again by Sunday and a fairly significant warm up is expected at that point. Temperatures look to warm into the mid 50s on both Sunday and Monday before another system pushes over the area. It also appears as though a few rain showers are possible on Monday.
Cooler conditions will overtake the Ozarks early next week with a chance for more precipitation midweek.