Temperatures will range from a high of 99 to a low of 76 degrees with partly cloudy skies. Winds will range between 8 and 14 miles per hour from the south. No precipitation is expected.
KSZ073-097-MOZ055>058-066>069-077-078-222100- /O.NEW.KSGF.HT.Y.0004.140822T1700Z-140825T0000Z/ BOURBON-CRAWFORD-BENTON-MORGAN-MILLER-MARIES-VERNON-ST. CLAIR- HICKORY-CAMDEN-BARTON-CEDAR- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FORT SCOTT...PITTSBURG...WARSAW... COLE CAMP...VERSAILLES...ELDON...LAKE OZARK...VIENNA...NEVADA... APPLETON CITY...OSCEOLA...HERMITAGE...OSAGE BEACH...CAMDENTON... LAMAR...EL DORADO SPRINGS...STOCKTON 322 AM CDT FRI AUG 22 2014 ...HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON TODAY TO 7 PM CDT SUNDAY... THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD HAS ISSUED A HEAT ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM NOON TODAY TO 7 PM CDT SUNDAY. * TIMING AND AREAS AFFECTED...AREAS ALONG AND NORTH OF A LINE FROM PITTSBURG KANSAS TO LAKE OF THE OZARKS. * TEMPERATURE...TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE UPPER 90S TO AROUND 100 DEGREES. HEAT INDICES WILL RANGE FROM 100 TO 107 ON AN AFTERNOON BASIS. * IMPACTS...THE CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF MULTIPLE DAYS OF AFTERNOON HEAT INDEX VALUES ABOVE 100 DEGREES WILL RESULT IN AN INCREASED RISK OF HEAT RELATED ILLNESSES. YOUNG CHILDREN...THE ELDERLY...AND THOSE WITHOUT ACCESS TO AIR CONDITIONING WILL BE PARTICULARLY SUSCEPTIBLE. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... 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. 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.
OKZ054>056-060-061-221800- /O.NEW.KTSA.HT.Y.0007.140822T1800Z-140823T0000Z/ OSAGE-WASHINGTON OK-NOWATA-TULSA-ROGERS- 339 AM CDT FRI AUG 22 2014 ...HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 7 PM CDT THIS EVENING... THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TULSA HAS ISSUED A HEAT ADVISORY... WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 7 PM CDT THIS EVENING... FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES... * IN OKLAHOMA...WASHINGTON...NOWATA...TULSA...ROGERS AND OSAGE. HAZARDOUS WEATHER... * HOT AND HUMID CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON WITH HEAT INDICES REACHING AROUND 105 DEGREES. IMPACTS... * THE COMBINATION OF HOT TEMPERATURES AND HIGH HUMIDITY WILL COMBINE TO CREATE A DANGEROUS SITUATION IN WHICH HEAT ILLNESSES ARE POSSIBLE. DEFINITION... * A HEAT ADVISORY MEANS THAT A PERIOD OF HOT TEMPERATURES IS EXPECTED. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... * 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 911. * STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS WEATHER EVENT. ADDITIONAL WEATHER INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE FOUND AT: WEATHER.GOV/TULSA.
Northwest Arkansas will see mostly clear skies on this Friday. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 90s. The Heat Index will climb to around 103 by the afternoon. Lows tonight will drop to the mid 70s under mostly clear skies. Click for your forecast.
Mostly clear skies are ahead on this Friday for Southwest Missouri. Highs will reach the mid 90s. The Heat Index will climb to around 100. Skies will remain mostly clear overnight into the weekend. Tonight’s overnight lows will fall to the mid 70s Click for your forecast.
Gary began his broadcasting career in 1973 while still in high school in Parsons, Kansas.
Before coming to Missouri, I was born and raised in Georgetown, Delaware where I attended the University of Delaware and studied Mass Communications and Georgraphy graduating in May 2008
Ray Foreman joined the Action 12 Weather Team as Chief Meteorologist for KODE in May of 2002.
Jason joined the KODE News team in April of 2014 as the Weekend Weather Anchor and Reporter. Before moving to Joplin, Jason grew up Omaha, NE. He attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and obtained a bachelors degree in meteorology-climatology in December 2012.
Alan Matthews joined Good Morning Four States in 1998 after winning the position by finishing third in a Monster Truck rally.