We started the day cool and cloudy, but sunshine prevailed making for a nice afternoon. A few misty light showers continued into the morning in Springfield with heavier showers lingering to the south where rain amounts were heaviest with this storm. West Plains set a new rainfall record for the date with a total of 1.27″ since midnight. The rest of the week looks dry.
Temperatures through the remainder of the week will be nice and mild with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Low temperatures will consistently fall into the low to mid-50s overnight. Skies will tend to be mostly clear with partly cloudy skies at times, especially during the afternoon.
Heading into the weekend temperatures will creep a bit higher but remain comfortable. There will be a weak system moving through Friday and Saturday, but it doesn’t look like much more than a cloud maker. If we see a few showers they’ll be isolated in nature with chances highest Saturday afternoon into the overnight.
The pattern will take on a warmer look heading into next week with afternoon highs in the 80s. Humidity levels should remain comfortable, but they may be on the way up later next week along with rain chances.