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  • Solar Eclipse Weather Clouds Midday?


    Solar Eclipse Weather Clouds Midday?

     

    Solar Eclipse Weather Clouds Midday?

    After this beautiful Sunday of sunshine and comfortable humidity we move on now finally to the big day Monday with the Solar Eclipse. The Solar Eclipse weather outlook looks dry enough however we continue to have our eye on a small upper air disturbance now moving into Western areas of the Ohio Valley. This is an area of thunderstorms that will die out before they get here but the clouds will still be there and the question is what happens around midday Monday when that disturbance reaches our coastline.

    SOLAR ECLIPSE WEATHER NAM MODEL CLOUDS MONDAY AFTERNOON

    solar eclipse weather The good news here is that the disturbance is moving along a bit faster and the clouds will move through mid morning and mostly out by noon time. There are some patchy clouds indicated in some places however so that makes it a little dicey should a cloud happen to cover the sun where you are. But on the whole Monday will be partly sunny with temperatures in the 80s.

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    Radars tonight are quiet. Other than some scattered pop up thunderstorms that will develop in Central Pennsylania westward Monday afternoon there are no issues regarding showers and thunderstorms for us and they should fall apart after sundown before they reach Western New Jersey.

    HOT WEATHER TUESDAY FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURES

    Tuesday looks very warm to hot and somewhat humid as the next cold front approaches. Temperatures Tuesday will be in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. Then a cold front moves through on Wednesday with a good chance for some showers and thunderstorms. Behind that front a big Canadian high builds in and it will start a stretch of cooler weather with low humidity and sunshine that should take us into next weekend

    COOL WEATHER BEGINS THURSDAY FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURES

    solar eclipse Thursday will be the first of many days with daytime highs in the 70s to near 80 and Thursday night will begin a stretch of nights with low temperatures in the 50s to lower 60s. There are no signs of any prolonged heat and we are running out of time for heatwaves as August approaches its last days.

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