This week features a healthy supply of sunshine and a limited supply of rain ... plus a big weekend warm up!
Beautiful weather for the tonight's peak of the Orionids Meteor Shower.
Semi-seasonable temperatures are expected over the next few days, but an October warm up is expected heading into the weekend!
This week features a healthy supply of sunshine and comfortable temperatures -- especially as we head into the weekend!
Limited rain chances and mild temperatures during the week ahead.
We're enjoying wonderful weekend weather! Another dry cold front is coming this way.
Cooler, but still beautiful this weekend.
Beautiful and seasonable weather is in store this weekend! Temperatures are turning a touch cooler, though.
The sunshine streak is going strong, but temperatures drop a tad this weekend.
Near perfect October weather through the weekend.
Enjoy the sunshine and seventies today and tomorrow. Slightly cooler temperatures are in store this weekend.
A couple picture perfect days with seventies and sunshine are in store now... but temperatures get knocked down a bit this weekend.
Coasting into the weekend with beautiful weather.
The sunshine returns to the forecast today and the seventies are back tomorrow!
The sunshine returns today, although temperatures will be cool.
Clouds to clear out by Wednesday afternoon, sushine and milder weather to follow.
It's a chilly, gray day today, but the sun will come out tomorrow!
Expect another chilly, gray day today, but a brighter future is in store!
The storms are over, but clouds and showers will linger.
The severe threat is finishing up now, but clouds and showers linger in the forecast.
Get ready for a stormy Columbus Day. Severe storms are possible today.
A line of strong storms is expected on Monday. Mild and quiet weather returns by the end of the week.
The cool and cloudy pattern continues. Plus, strong to severe storms are possible on Columbus Day.
Showers to linger into Saturday, but Sunday looks better. Another storm to move through Monday.
The flash flood threat and stormy setup continues but sunshine returns next week.
We're experiencing wet and chilly conditions with record breaking rain amounts and a chance for flash flooding.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued Flash Flood Warnings for counties in extreme southwest Missouri this morning.
Heavy overnight rains could lead to flooding by morning.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The likelihood of heavy rains over the next few days is prompting a Flash Flood Watch for most of the southwest Missouri Ozarks through Saturday morning. The Watch is in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday morning.
Our weather pattern becomes more unsettled today. Moisture increases, a stalled frontal boundary camps out, and some upper level disturbances pass through. Clouds cover up the sunshine and shower and storm chances remain high through Sunday.
A stormy setup is taking hold of our region.
Very wet pattern is about to settle across the Ozarks. We'll be measuring the rainfall in inches over the next 5 days.
A little more warmth left in the forecast before temperatures turn cool and storm chances rise.
Lunar eclipse could compete with a few storms in parts of the Ozarks.
A toasty Tuesday will gradually give way to a cool, cloudy and wet end to our work week.
Spotty storm chances the next few days before a much wetter pattern sets in.
A couple 80 degree days are in store, followed by a cool, cloudy, and wet pattern
The 80s are back briefly, but a cool, cloudy and wet pattern takes hold shortly.
Passing showers at times to start the week, but an even wetter pattern expected late in the week.
It's feeling like fall for now but 80s are around the corner!
Patchy frost and near record lows Saturday morning, but 80s to make another appearance.
It's feeling like fall this Friday ... and a frosty start for a few folks is expected tomorrow!
The storms are done and now our attention turns to the chilly air being ushered in.
Storms are over, now get ready for the cold.
A storm afternoon and evening is ahead across the Ozarks. Primary threats are hail, lightning, high winds and heavy rain.
Prepare yourself for a stormy day! Severe storms are possible this afternoon and early evening.
Waves of severe weather possible through Thursday evening.
Some strong to severe storms are expected to stroll through soon.
Say so long to the summer-feel. Strong to severe storms are strolling through.
With a new month will come a new, stormier pattern. Colder weather will follow.