T. J. Springer, KOLR10 KOZL

T. J. Springer


Springfield, MO, United States

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Past articles by T.:

Forecast: Sunshine prevails to end the workweek

We’ll see plenty of sunshine on our Friyay as high-pressure holds across the Upper Midwest. → Read More

Forecast: Gorgeous Thursday on tap

Thursday is looking just gorgeous for this time of the year with temperatures topping out in the low to mid-80s with that comfy feel sticking around. → Read More

Forecast: Rain lingers, cooler air builds in

It’s been a wet 24 hours across the area as this storm system has been moving southeastward through the region. → Read More

Forecast: Next storm system brings rain and a cool-down

We kicked off the week with lots of sun and heat but that changes today as our next storm system heads our way. → Read More

Forecast: Unsettled pattern developing through early week

The weekend ended with plenty of heat and humidity across the Ozarks and our workweek is starting off in a similar fashion. → Read More

Forecast: Heat and humidity return over the weekend

Our workweek is ending on a quiet note with plenty of sunshine as this ridge of high pressure expands eastward. → Read More

Forecast: Quieter pattern holds for the latter half of the workweek

We ended our Wednesday on a quieter and comfier note and that’s exactly how our Friday Eve is looking. → Read More

Forecast: Drier and brighter Hump Day on tap

It’s been an unsettled last 48 hours throughout the Ozarks but today is definitely looking quieter and a little drier. → Read More

Forecast: Next cold front on the approach

The weekend was quieter across the Ozarks but we still had to dodge stray showers and storms. Today, conditions become unsettled as our next cold front moves in from the northwest. → Read More

Forecast: Heat builds with spotty storm chances

After an unsettled day yesterday, our Friday is looking a lot drier. We’ll see a lot more sunshine out there but the rain chances aren’t completely gone. → Read More

Forecast: Wet start to our Thursday expected

A cold front is continuing to slide through the Ozarks this morning and it’s bringing widespread showers and thunderstorms. → Read More

Forecast: Cold front brings widespread showers and storms

The heat has been the big headline this week but now we’re switching gears and focusing on our next cold front and some rain chances. → Read More

Forecast: Temps continue to climb with stray storms possible

A ridge of high pressure is building in the upper levels of the atmosphere and that is going to lead to more warmth and more humidity over the next 7-days. → Read More

Forecast: Heat takes back over the Ozarks

The somewhat unsettled pattern that we’ve been dealing with over the last 72 hours is briefly coming to an end across the Ozarks. → Read More

Forecast: Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing

Showers and thunderstorms are becoming are main weather headline as our pattern becomes more unsettled through the remainder of the workweek → Read More

Forecast: Isolated storms on the table with more widespread rain Thursday

Yesterday was extremely hot and today the heat continues but it does relax a little bit. → Read More

Forecast: Stalled front brings storm chances

The heat wave has been our big story across the Ozarks throughout the last week and that heat continues today. → Read More

Forecast: Temperatures on the rise through the rest of the week

We’ve started off today and yesterday with comfy conditions and that will hold throughout our Thursday despite our temps becoming hotter. → Read More

Forecast: Seasonable, Summer-like conditions prevail for our Hump Day

In the wake of the cold front yesterday, much less humid air as has taken over the Ozarks and that continues today. → Read More

Forecast: Cold front brings relief from the heat and isolated storms

A cold front is on the move as we kick off our Tuesday and it’s bringing isolated showers and thunderstorms to the Ozarks. → Read More