Solar Eclipse Weather Outlook: Possible Pattern

When and duration: Starting Monday, April 8. 

The moon blocks part of the sun for around 1 hour and 40 minutes in the Pacific Northwest and 2 hours and 40 minutes near the Rio Grande Valley in Texas.

This is the first total solar eclipse across the mainland U.S. since Aug. 21, 2017.

Where to see: The entire eclipse is visible in the line of totality, 115 miles broad and spanning 15 states from Texas to northern Maine. 

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The event's apex will see the moon totally eclipse the sun for three to four minutes.

The partial eclipse will be visible across the Lower 48 states, Canada, Mexico, Central America, Cuba, Hispaniola, and Bermuda.

Forecast disclaimers: Before our outlook, let's highlight a few crucial points. -It's too early to predict bright skies vs cloudy and rainy conditions over a week out.

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