Sunday, June 24 Overnight Forecast

Scattered showers & storms tonight, through Monday morning commute

Scattered showers & storms tonight, through Monday morning commute ---

Clouds hampered temperatures and the severe threat Sunday afternoon. Without some sunshine, temperatures weren't able to warm into the 80's, and instability (fuel for storms) wasn't able to grow.

Tonight, another storm complex should fire out of KS and OK and push into the Ozarks after midnight. Trends indicate a weakening trend as the storms arrive, they should be breaking apart and diminishing as they get to Springfield. However, IF storms can maintain their strength, a limited threat for damaging winds, large hail will remain.

These storms linger through the morning commute with lows in the upper 60's. This first round of storms should diminish by 11 AM. A few storms could redevelop in the afternoon. Of that afternoon round of storms, one or two of those could be strong to severe with damaging winds, large hail. It's a low but not zero threat.

We'll keep a mix of sun and clouds in the afternoon, highs in the middle 80's.

Tuesday, a few storms could linger, but it looks like the bulk of the storm track will favor areas north as a ridge, or hot, dry pattern, starts to build to the south. Highs on Tuesday will start to creep into the lower 90's.

By Wednesday that hot, dry ridge of high-pressure noses into the Ozarks, prompting another heat wave. The high pressure will hang around through the weekend keeping the Ozarks mostly sunny, dry, hot, and humid. 

Highs will get into the low to middle 90's daily Wednesday through Sunday with heat indices approaching 105 to 110 degrees. Stay cool and hydrated!

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