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An unseasonably warm Sunday across the Ozarks was actually hot enough to break a record.
The National Weather Service says its office in Springfield reported 73, beating the previous record by a degree. It was set back in 1970.
Vichy-Rolla reported 73 on Sunday. The previous high there was 71 in 1982.
West Plains also hit a record-breaking 73. 1950 held the previous record high at 71.
Another warm day is in store for Monday with rain possible by late afternoon.
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