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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Springfield MO
823 PM CDT Sun Aug 18 2019

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823 PM CDT Sun Aug 18 2019

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of the Missouri
Ozarks and extreme southeast Kansas.

.DAY ONE...Tonight.

Weather hazards expected...

  Limited lightning risk.
  Limited excessive heat risk.


 Despite a few isolated thunderstorms across Shannon County early
this evening, the threat for severe storms and localized flash
flooding is over. Anticipate any storms to diminish by ten

In addition, there a few locations across the Ozarks that have
been slow to cool this evening. With high humidity in place, a
limited excessive heat risk will continue to linger tonight.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

  Heat index values on Monday are expected to be from the upper
  90s to around 106, with the warmest readings across southeast
  Kansas and western Missouri. By Tuesday heat index values are
  expected from around 105 to 110 degrees area-wide. Isolated
  thunderstorms are also possible Monday over the eastern Ozarks.

  Scattered thunderstorm chances will return by the middle of
  this week.


  Spotter activation will not be needed through tonight.


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Heat Advisory

National Weather Service Springfield MO
309 PM CDT Sun Aug 18 2019

...Hot and Humid Conditions Monday and Tuesday...

.A summertime ridge of high pressure will build across the area
through Tuesday. High temperatures in low to mid 90s are expected
Monday across southeast Kansas and western Missouri with
temperatures warming into the mid to upper 90s by Tuesday area-
wide. Meanwhile, a very moist airmass over the region will result
in heat indices of 105 to 110 degrees across southeast Kansas and
western Missouri Monday afternoon and area-wide Tuesday.

Including the cities of Warsaw, Whitakerville, Cole Camp,
Crockerville, Mora, Edmonson, Lincoln, Versailles, Rocky Mount,
Stover, Laurie, Aurora Springs, Eldon, Lake Ozark, Vichy,
Weaubleau, Hermitage, Pittsburg, Quincy, Wheatland,
Cross Timbers, Osage Beach, Camdenton, Decaturville, Roach,
Village of Four Seasons, Fort Leonard Wood, Laquey, Waynesville,
Northwye, Rolla, Bolivar, Buffalo, Charity, Foose, March, Plad,
Windyville, Olive, Lynchburg, Lebanon, Plato, Roby, Bendavis,
Huggins, Lake Spring, Bangert, Darien, Gladden, Howes, Jadwin,
Salem, Springfield, Marshfield, Northview, Seymour, Rogersville,
Dawson, Graff, Mountain Grove, Duncan, Mansfield, Nixa,
Christian Center, Ozark, Selmore, Vanzant, Ava, Goodhope, Rome,
Squires, Dogwood, Pomona, Pottersville, Siloam Springs,
South Fork, West Plains, White Church, Teresita, Winona,
Birch Tree, Montier, Kimberling City, Crane, Elsey, Indian Point,
Silver Dollar City, Branson, Hollister, Kirbyville,
Edgewater Beach, Forsyth, Ozark Beach, Powersite, Wasola, Thayer,
Alton, Couch, Greer, Thomasville, and Wilderness
309 PM CDT Sun Aug 18 2019


The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a Heat
Advisory, which is in effect from 1 PM to 8 PM CDT Tuesday.

* TEMPERATURE...Heat index values will range from 105 to 110
  degrees Tuesday afternoon and early evening.

* IMPACTS...Hot weather will increase the risk of heat related
  illness, including heat exhaustion and heat stroke. The very
  young, the elderly, and those without access to air
  conditioning will be especially vulnerable.


A Heat Advisory means that a period of hot temperatures is
expected. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity
will combine to create a situation in which heat illnesses are
possible. Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned
room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and

   Take extra precautions, if you work or spend time outside.
When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning
or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and
heat stroke. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.

   To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety
and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest
breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome
by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location.   Heat
stroke is an emergency, call 9 1 1.




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