WATCH LIVE: Total Solar Eclipse crosses the U.S.

FOG threatens the viewing of the solar eclipse this morning.  The coast, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Whidbey Island, and some cities near Puget Sound have had a fast blanket of fog arrive.  There is a period of calm wind that will allow this fog and low cloud cover to linger up until the beginning of the eclipse at 9:08 a.m.

Most fog and low clouds will clear just in time, but, there will be spots that take up until 10 a.m. to clear.  The path of totality (which in Seattle: about 92% of the sun is shadowed by the moon) is going to occur between 10:15-10:20am.

Monday and Tuesday: Clearing to sunny and very warm. Highs upper 70’s to low 80’s.

Wednesday: Cloudy skies will create partial clearing in the afternoon.  Increasing clouds with a chance of a light shower develop in the evening. Highs will be cooler, mid to upper 60’s to mid 70’s.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, scattered light rain showers. Highs upper 60’s.  Friday through the weekend will be warming back to the upper 70’s with sunny skies.

Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson

From Tanya in Marysville