A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, partly sunny and hot, with a high near 95.
Tonight, a 20 percent chance of showers with a low around 68.
Thursday brings sunshine with the high near 89. The rain returns Thursday night with a 50 percent chance and lows around 68.
Friday brings periods of showers and thunderstorms with high near 80.
- KSPR: Health Dept says pool inspections should go deeper next summer.In May, the health department-– for the first time– would not only be inspecting public and hotel pools but also subdivision and apartment pools. Department officials know these inpections need to go deeper.
- KSMU: Drury Walk the Lane Event to raise awareness of sexual assault. Drury University will host the 4th annual Walk the Lane in Her Shoes Event Tuesday night sponsored by Drury fraternities and all male Drury students are invited to take part..
- OzarksFirst: Fun park offers “Life on Track” safe driving program.The Track Family Fun Parks launched its third Life on Track program geared toward educating students on safe driving and the impact of drunk driving.
- KY3: Springfield churches pitching in to help fight hunger on Saturday. Volunteers from King’s Way, Asbury and Campbell United Methodist Churches will host a food drive to benefit the Ozarks Food Harvest. Give times are 9 a.m.– noon and 1–4 p.m at the Dillon’s stores in Springfield on West Battlefield, West Kearney, East St. Louis, and East Sunshine.
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