Dexter, Missouri – Today is Monday, June 23, 2014. Widespread showers and thunderstorms developing by mid-afternoon.
SW winds shifting at 15 to 20 mph.
Partly cloudy with temperatures rising to near 90F. Chance of rain 80%. A few thunderstorms may be severe.
Sunset 8:22 p.m. Tonight variably cloudy with scattered thunderstorms. Low near 70F. Chance of rain 60%.
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High 90F. Sunset 8:22 p.m.
Tonight isolated thunderstorms are possible with a low of 72F. Weather brought to you by Allen Christian Buick GMC, a proud sponsor of the ShowMe Times
Dexter, Missouri – Today is Thursday, June 19, 2014. Partly cloudy today with a high of 91F Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Sunset 8:22 p.m.
Tonight some clouds and possibly an isolated thunderstorm late. Low 73F. Chance of rain 30%.
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Dexter, Missouri – Today is Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Sunny with a few clouds. Temperatures rising above 90F. Sunset 8:21 p.m.
Tonight partly cloudy skies with a low of 73F. Heat Index 90F. Weather brought to you by First Midwest Bank, a proud sponsor of the ShowMe Times.
Dexter, Missouri – Sunny with partly cloudy skies throughout the day. Temperatures rising towards the upper 80s. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph. Sunset 8:21 p.m.
Tonight a few clouds with a low of 73F Weather brought to you by Countywide Insurance, a proud sponsor of the ShowMe Times.
Dexter, Missouri – Partly cloudy in the morning hours with a chance of rain only 20%. High 90F. Sunset 8:21 p.m. Tonight low 73F with partly cloudy skies!
Looks like Summer is here with highs all week in the low 90s. Chances of rain are less than 20% with humidity reaching 78% or higher.
Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, KY has issued a PUBLIC INFO STATEMENT AT 7:05 P.M....COLD AIR FUNNELS WILL BE POSSIBLE THROUGH EARLY EVENING...
A FEW REPORTS OF FUNNEL CLOUDS HAVE BEEN REPORTED NEAR BERNIE MISSOURI, LA CENTER KENTUCKY, AND NORTH OF WAYNE CITY, ILLINOIS LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY THIS EVENING.
MOST OF THESE REPORTS HAVE COME FROM AREAS WHERE THERE IS LITTLE OR NO THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY AND VERY LIMITED CIRCULATION, IF ANY, ON RADAR.
FUNNEL CLOUDS IN THIS ENVIRONMENT ARE USUALLY REFERRED TO AS COLD AIR FUNNELS.
THESE COLD AIR FUNNELS ARE DEVELOPING UNDERNEATH A FEW SHOWERS THAT ARE MOVING ACROSS THE AREA. UNDERNEATH THESE SHOWERS, SPINNING COLUMNS OF AIR THAT LOOK LIKE TORNADOES MAY CONTINUE TO
DEVELOP. THESE FUNNELS USUALLY ARE VERY BRIEF AND RARELY TOUCH THE GROUND. IF THESE FUNNELS DO TOUCH DOWN, THE MOST LIKELY WILL NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO LIFE OR PROPERLY.
COLD AIR FUNNELS ARE DUE TO VERY COOL AIR ALOFT, WARM MOIST AIR NEAR THE GROUND, AND ARE USUALLY IN ASSOCIATION WITH A STRONG AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IN THE UPPER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE. DUE TO
LITTLE OR NO WIND SHEAR, THE COLD AIR FUNNELS ARE USUALLY WEAK AND VERY BRIEF.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOES NOT ISSUE ANY WARNINGS FOR COLD AIR FUNNELS.
SHOULD THERE BE A CIRCULATION THAT DEVELOPS MAY CAUSE HARM TO LIFE OR PROPERTY, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL ISSUE A TORNADO WARNING FOR THAT STORM.