Solar eclipse 2017 weather forecast for NJ calls for clear skies


Clear skies are in store for ideal viewing of the eclipse coming over North America this afternoon, and chances of showers coming for the rest of the week according to the National Weather Service forecast.

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).

The Great American Eclipse is happening today, and we have special coverage on NewsChannel 10 at Noon. We already have storms SW of the STL metro right now, and we have storm chances scattered over the next few days. However, we'll have some cloud cover and rain to get through.

For Sunday, you'll wake up to mostly sunny skies with a 60 percent chance of afternoon and evening scattered showers and storms.

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Not much in the way of rain or thunderstorms this afternoon, and that will continue through this evening. Rain may be heavy at times.

Thundershowers are expected to develop overnight and into Tuesday morning. Much cooler and less humid arrives behind this front Wednesday into weekend. The extent of the clouds and storms should increase as the heat of the day builds, which could start happening by the 2 p.m. hour when the eclipse is peaking.

Highs will be in the low to mid 90's and it will feel extremely hot with index values in the low 100's.

Monday afternoon to Midweek: isolated storms are possible late Monday but will be more likely Monday night into Tuesday as a cold front approaches. Highs will drop into the lower 80s to end the work week. However, as of Thursday, most places reported being out of stock. Newberry is shaping up to be the best Midlands town to have the least chances of cloud cover, with a 47 percent, according to the briefing.