A 30 percent chance of rain or drizzle, mainly after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 45. Wind chill values as low as 30 early.
Skies will clear tonight and lows will be down in the 20s.
Tuesday will be in the 40s again but with sun and light wind it will again feel better than today.
A warming trend is in store the rest of the week with highs around 60 by Thursday and even warmer readings through the weekend.
- News-Leader: Army Corps seeks input on future of Table Rock Lake. What should Table Rock Lake look like in 20 years?The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants to know what lake users think and has scheduled three information-gathering workshops this week to find out. The original Master Plan was developed in 1976 and hasn’t been updated since. Coburn said it’s time to revise the plan to help guide how future decisions about the lake are made. Each of the three public information meetings will begin with an overview of what the Master Plan is and how it will be revised. Visitors will have the chance to stop at Corps work stations, each focused on one of the three questions. Corps personnel will gather comments from the meetings to develop a draft Master Plan, which should be available for the public to see next summer.People will have a second opportunity to say what they think about the plan before a final Master Plan is completed by December 2013.
- OzarksFirst: Public meeting this week on improvements to JRF and Campbell. South Campbell Avenue from Battlefield Road south to Nixa has long been one of the busiest commuter routes in the Springfield area. Now city leaders are working on plans to improve the interchange of Campbell and James River Freeway. Drivers, people who live and have businesses in the area, and others who use that busy stretch of road are asked to weigh in on those plans during a public meeting later this week. It will be held Thursday, November 29 from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Library Center.
- OzarksFirst: Sunday wraps up long travel weekend. Planes, trains, and automobiles were out in full force all weekend long, and especially Sunday. People across the country were hitting highways and airports to get home from their Thanksgiving trips.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year. Good weather and extra staff at airports across most of the country made travel run smoothly this holiday weekend. Although final numbers are not in the number of people travelling this Thanksgiving is expected to be a higher than last year.
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