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Dry skies to stick around for Great American Eclipse — FORECAST
22 August 2017, 12:44 | Colleen Roy
Solar Eclipse Forecast
Viewing conditions look good for most of the Carolinas for Monday's solar eclipse, but there could be some clouds and even shower possibilities for the Charleston, South Carolina area.
Though some clouds are possible along the OR coast, clear skies are expected in cities such as Salem, Ore.; Boise, Idaho; and Casper, Wyo., according to the National Weather Service. Skies will be mostly cloudy along the coast and partly cloudy inland.
Monday's chances for scattered storms will diminish about sunset. A chance of showers or storms later in the day.
Mild temperatures and mostly sunny skies should make for ideal conditions for watching Monday's eclipse, according to the National Weather Service. Recent computer models paint more and more cloud cover over our neck of the woods - especially by this afternoon.
The partial eclipse begins at 11:57 a.m. with the peak at 1:28 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
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