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National Weather Service Springfield MO
303 PM CST Tue Dec 10 2019

Short term...(this evening through wednesday)
issued at 302 PM CST Tue Dec 10 2019

High pressure will slide south of the area tonight, with southerly
winds returning to southeast Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks late
tonight. Clouds will continue to clear the Eastern Ozarks with at
least one more chilly night in store, with lows from near 20 over the
Eastern Ozarks, to the middle 20s in far southwest Missouri.

Southwesterly winds on Wednesday along with sunshine will help
temperatures warm into the upper 40s to lower 50s across the area.

Long term...(wednesday night through tuesday)
issued at 302 PM CST Tue Dec 10 2019

Wednesday night through Friday looks to be a quiet period with
seasonal temperatures for mid December, with highs in the 50s and
lows in the 30s.

A weak shortwave looks to drop through the region Friday night,
which may bring a small chance of some very light rain or flurries
to the area but no impacts are expected and precipitation chances
look to be very low.

A more significant trough begins to deepen across the western conus
this weekend and tracks the region late in the weekend and early
next week. This is quite a ways out so confidence any details is
rather low at this point. Models have showed a downward trend in
temperatures, so will have to watch for the potential for some
winter weather from Sunday through Monday night. At least something
to keep a eye on. 12z gefs plumes in this time frame has quite a
spread for potential snowfall amounts, along with the potential
for a mixed bag of precipitation types. Again confidence remains
very low on any potential impacts. Highs these days looks to be in
the 30s with lows in the 20s.

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Aviation...(for the 18z tafs through 18z Wednesday afternoon)
issued at 1121 am CST Tue Dec 10 2019

VFR flight conditions expected through the taf period. High
clouds will gradually push out of the area as high pressure slides
south. Light northwest winds will become more south southwest
late tonight and continue into Wednesday, increasing to around 12
knots after 15z.



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Sgf watches/warnings/advisories...
MO...none.
Kansas...none.
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