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June 20, 2024 2:31 PM CDT (19:31 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Springfield MO 1212 PM CDT Thu Jun 20 2024


- Warming trend ahead into the weekend with highs in the 90s.
Humidity on the increase with heat index values around 100 to 105 by late weekend into early next week.

- Weak frontal passage featuring scattered shower and thunderstorm chances (10 to 30%) Saturday night into Sunday morning.

- Hot and humid conditions persist into next week, with the return of daily afternoon/evening scattered thunderstorm chances (10 to 30%).

Issued at 200 AM CDT Thu Jun 20 2024

Today-Tonight: An upper-level ridge is building back into the region early this morning, supporting a continued warming trend and dry conditions. For today, a mix of sun and clouds as highs reach into the upper 80s to around 90. This is around 5 degrees above normal for mid to late June. NBM depicts the highest probabilities (40-60%) of exceeding 90 degrees across portions of central Missouri. Meanwhile, dewpoints in the middle to upper 60s will support heat index values into the middle 90s this afternoon. Humidity will trend upward into the later part of the weekend. Quiet weather continues into tonight, with lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Issued at 200 AM CDT Thu Jun 20 2024

Friday-Sunday: The upper-level ridge and associated high pressure continue to build across the area into the weekend, with most of the area into the lower 90s by Saturday. This will be supplemented by heat index values reaching into the middle to upper 90s. Dry conditions persist through most of Saturday before a weak frontal passage slides through the region Saturday night. In general, moisture return into the area will remain rather limited with a subtle shortwave translating across the area. At this time, confidence remains low on shower and thunderstorm coverage, with PoPs highest across central Missouri (10-30%). Given the lack of any adequate shear, thunderstorms would be pulse like in nature. Primary hazards would be brief heavy downpours and lightning. By Sunday, height rises behind the front will feature additional warming, as hot and humid conditions overspread the area. Dewpoints on Sunday are forecast to be in the lower 70s, supporting heat index values into the upper 90s to around 105. The experimental NWS HeatRisk highlights widespread Moderate (level 3 of 4) impacts across the area by Sunday into next week. This is defined as the level of heat that affects anyone without effective cooling and/or adequate hydration.

Monday-Wednesday: By Monday and Tuesday, high temperatures push into the middle to upper 90s with heat values around 100 to 105+. Additionally, overnight lows remain mild in the lower to middle 70s providing minimal overnight relief from the heat. A prolonged period of excessive heat from late weekend into next week may further amplify heat impacts to vulnerable populations across the area. While this is not an anomalous heat for our area, potential heat related impacts needs to be monitored closely as it is the first taste of the Summertime regime and potential heat headlines. While confidence is increasing in a warming trend with above normal temperatures (5 to 10 degrees), ensemble guidance hints at the upper-level pattern becoming more northwesterly with the ridge centered further west. This pattern would support the return of daily shower and thunderstorm chances (10-30%). Complete washouts are not expected, with primary timing of any convection driven by daytime heating in the afternoon and evening. The CPC and CIPS Extended Analogs continue to highlight above normal temperatures persisting through late June into early July.

Issued at 1200 PM CDT Thu Jun 20 2024

VFR conditions are expected to persist through the TAF period.
A field of fair weather cumulus clouds at 3-5 kft is developing over MO. These clouds should clear overnight. Winds are light and SE at 5-10 knots.

Issued at 200 AM CDT Thu Jun 20 2024

Record High Temperatures:

June 21: KVIH: 96/1952

June 22: KSGF: 96/2016

June 23: KJLN: 98/2009

June 24: KSGF: 99/1988 KJLN: 100/1954 KVIH: 99/1901

Record High Minimum Temperatures:

June 23: KSGF: 77/2015

June 24: KSGF: 77/1934

June 25: KSGF: 76/1952


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KSGF SPRINGFIELDBRANSON NATIONAL,MO 6 sm39 minvar 0410 smMostly Cloudy86°F66°F52%30.27
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