22 August, 2017
You must have eye protection for viewing the solar eclipse.
Doppler Dave will be LIVE from Nebraska where the eclipse reaches totality.
The the day has finally come!
"That day's forecast is the one element that can't be determined in advance". The end of the eclipse will be around 2:38 PM.
Tonight's storm system will be a quick-mover too.
It will fall back into the lower 80s, with much lower humidity by next weekend. "So, hopefully you will be able to see some of it, there will be some spots where there will be some thicker clouds". Rain may be heavy at times with the severe threat looks low.
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Weather conditions during Monday's solar eclipse are predicted to be hot and humid. Right now, because of storms moving eastward this afternoon, the farther south you are, the less cloud cover you will run into.
If you're hoping to stare up into the heavens today for the solar eclipse you might just see a lot of clouds (and midday darkness, of course). However, a few breaks in the clouds can not be ruled out.
The overnight lows will be in the upper 70's and near 80 along the coast with inland spots in the middle 70's.
There will be some clouds in Columbia, but it still should be OK for the viewing.
"We definitely expect to have enough blue sky to really get the impact of the maximum obscuration", Chace said. "All were disappointing", he admitted. Scattered storms could strike areas of Missouri and Kansas in the path of the total eclipse.
"Remember, the sun is 93 million miles away". This event begins at noon as the moon passes between the sun and earth, casting a broad shadow. The skies will grow a bit darker.