Cloud cover could affect West Michigan's view of the solar eclipse

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Monday: Breezy. Sunny, with highs in the 80's.

There's also a risk of clouds in eclipse's path through Kansas and Nebraska, and even into Wyoming and Missouri, he says.

In the central US, a few clouds and some scattered showers could mar the view in portions of Nebraska and Missouri, but a complete washout isn't likely. As the eclipse makes its way across the nation, to SC, there's a chance that clouds may get in the way.

It looks as if OR still will be one of the best places in the nation to watch Monday morning's total solar eclipse, with clear skies and warm temperatures expected throughout most of the path of totality, according to the National Weather Service.

The eclipse will conclude locally at around 4 p.m. He said the upstate has the best chance for viewing with no chance of showers, but as you move northwest to southeast across the state, the weather gets poorer.

"We're dealing with weather afterall", Head said.

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As long as the clouds are not too thick, "the temperature should drop a bit too", according to Beatty.

The shadows will be interesting, Adams said.

The total eclipse on Monday might be a total bust if weather forecasts as of Saturday morning are correct.

"The good news is that there does not appear to be any big weather features that will be affecting the country", according to AccuWeather.

Some thin, high-level clouds may be present over the interior Southwest for the partial eclipse.

Just remember, you won't be the only one chasing those clear skies for a pristine view of the heavens.

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