Springfield MO Flights GuideSpringfield is the third largest city in Missouri. Some of Springfield's attractions are Dickerson Park Zoo, First Friday Art Walk in Downtown Springfield, Farmers Market of the Ozarks, Lew's Ozark Fishing Museum, Pythian Castle, Springfield Art Museum, The Creamery Arts Center, History of Hearing Museum, Askinosie Chocolate, Missouri Institute of Natural Science - Riverbluff Cave, Railroad Historical Museum, Fantastic Caverns, and Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden.
You can take the Greyhound bus from Springfield to St. Louis in 3.5 hours. Branson (MO) is 50 minutes away from Springfield and Table Rock Lake is about an hour away from Springfield. Lake of the Ozarks is about 1.5 hours away. Kansas City (MO) is about 3 hours away.
Springfield experiences four seasons but has very varied and unpredictable weather. June to September are hot with July and August being the hottest months. While the rainfall is rather evenly distributed throughout the year with most of the rain falling in May, June, and September, late summer is exceptionally humidity. You can expect to see some snow between November and March. July sees the most sunshine. Springfield is also windy, on par with the Windy City of Chicago.The best time to visit Springfield is May. Even though you can expect to encounter rainfall, the temperatures average in the mid-70s during the day and the humidity is at its lowest during the warm months, allowing you to relatively comfortably enjoy the outdoors.
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