Eclipse Cloud Forecast Today

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8 Apr 2024 2:50 PM

With all eyes on the upcoming solar eclipse today, the focus now turns to the ability to see this natural phenomenon. The total solar eclipse will begin around 1:30 p.m. CDT in southwest Texas. The shadow of the moon will cross Texas during a roughly 20-minute span. During that time, there will likely be passing clouds because of low-level flow off the Gulf of Mexico and some high and mid-level clouds associated with jet stream energy. Much of the eclipse path in Texas will have a cloud cover of 40-70 percent (of the sky).

Across Texas and into Arkansas, there's a chance of seeing at least a few scattered clouds in cities like Austin, San Antonio, and Texarkana.

As the shadow moves up into the Midwest, the skies look clearer for viewing here! Paducah and Evansville will see almost all sunshine until the moon covers it up of course!

Last but not least, the Northeast has some ongoing uncertainty. Mother Nature isn't helping us out too much for places near Lake Erie. There's going to be a front right over places like Erie and Buffalo, leading to a thick layer of clouds over your skies. Now this could even impact places like Cleveland and Syracuse, so keep your fingers crossed and keep your eye on the sky; as long as you're sporting your eclipse glasses!

Get outside and soak in this eclipse as much as possible. Snap a picture or some videos and send them our way!

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