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National Weather Service Springfield MO
230 PM CDT Wed Jul 26 2017

Short term...(this evening through thursday)
issued at 230 PM CDT Wed Jul 26 2017

The remains of an mesoscale convective system across central Missouri continues to push
cloud cover south into the area this afternoon, with widespread
cirrus proving filtered sunshine across the region. Despite the
cloud cover, temperatures have warmed into the mid 90s, with
dewpoints remaining in the low to mid 70s. A few locations have
flirted with heat advisory criteria, and it looks like most of the
area should get close enough to justify keeping the advisory out
through its scheduled expiration time early this evening. A few
isolated showers/thunderstorms may develop across the region as
well this afternoon, but most of the region will stay dry through
sunset.

Later tonight, another complex of rain/thunderstorms will develop
across central Missouri as the low level jet overspreads the
frontal boundary. Outflow from that should become the effective
front Thursday as it sags south. Some additional
development/redevelopment is expected across the southern County Warning Area on
Thursday, especially if we're able to get a bit of heating across
southern Missouri. There will be a marginal wind risk with any
activity tonight and tomorrow.

Long term...(thursday night through wednesday)
issued at 230 PM CDT Wed Jul 26 2017

The cold front should clear the area later Thursday into Thursday
night, with just a few remaining showers/storms across southern
Missouri Friday morning. Cooler and less humid air will begin to
stream into the region during the day Friday, and by Friday night
and Saturday, it should be noticeably less humid as dewpoints
fall into the low 60s. Saturday and Sunday look very nice, with
high pressure overhead and highs in the mid 80s.

The early part of next workweek looks to feature slowly warming
temperatures, though readings should stay around average. The bulk
of the precipitation chances should remain south and west of
the area through mid week next week.

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Aviation...(for the 18z tafs through 18z Thursday afternoon)
issued at 1208 PM CDT Wed Jul 26 2017

Generally VFR conditions are expected through the next 24 hours,
as high cloud cover remains in place across the region. Convection
will likely remain north of the terminals through mid day
tomorrow. Low level wind shear will be a concern tonight as a low level jet
develops across the region.



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Sgf watches/warnings/advisories...
MO...heat advisory until 8 PM CDT this evening for moz055>058-066>071-
077>083-088>098-101>106.

Kansas...heat advisory until 8 PM CDT this evening for ksz073-097-101.

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