Wednesday, April 3, 2024

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Eclipse .....smeclispe........ask me do i care about the  eclipse .....i really ......really do not   why .....do not  care  about eclipse ......not a  biggie.....i ahve never  seen one ever  so  another one  will not make a  difference .....


Eclipse weather forecast: Where you'll be able to see it — and where viewing could be difficult

The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse in Kentucky in 2017.
The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse seen from Cerulean, Ky., on Aug. 21, 2017. (Timothy D. Easley/AP)

The total solar eclipse is less than a week away, and preliminary local forecasts in 13 states along the so-called path of totality suggest that viewing the highly anticipated celestial event may be a problem for some but less so for others.

In Austin, Texas — which is expecting an influx of more than 1 million tourists for the eclipse — forecasters are calling for mostly cloudy skies during the morning hours, followed by thunderstorms in the afternoon. According to the National Weather Service, there is a 40% chance of rain on Monday.

Similar conditions are expected in Dallas, though the chance of rain (30%) is slightly less, weather service forecasters say.

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In Indianapolis, which is hosting what’s being billed as the world’s largest eclipse viewing party, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the current forecast is for partly sunny skies with a 20% chance of rain.

Sky-gazers can expect slightly better conditions as they go northeast along the path of totality. In Buffalo, N.Y., it’s expected to be partly sunny, with a high of 60 degrees. In Caribou, Maine, the forecast is just plain sunny with a high near 49.

Here are the latest weather forecasts for April 8 in places along the path of totality, courtesy of the National Weather Service. Be sure to check back frequently for possible changes.

Weather forecast for April 8

A map showing the forecasted sky cover percentage for the U.S. on April 8 around the time of the eclipse. (National Weather Service)
A map showing the forecasted sky cover percentage for the U.S. on April 8 around the time of the eclipse. (National Weather Service)

📍Austin, Texas

  • A 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Otherwise mostly cloudy with a high near 83.

📍Dallas

  • A 30% percent chance of showers. Otherwise mostly sunny with a high near 79.

📍Little Rock

  • A 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Otherwise mostly sunny with a high near 78.

📍Indianapolis

  • A 20% chance of showers. Otherwise partly sunny with a high near 68.

📍Cleveland

  • A 30% chance of showers. Otherwise partly sunny with a high near 60.

📍Buffalo, N.Y.

  • Partly sunny with a high near 60.

📍Burlington, Vt.

  • Sunny with light and variable wind and a high near 56.

📍Caribou, Maine

  • Sunny with a high near 50.

People react as they see a solar eclipse in Utah in 2012.
People react as they watch a solar eclipse in Kanarraville, Utah, in 2012. (Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images)

Forecasts updated April 3 at 12:30 p.m. ET

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