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6:30 AM | *Eclipse day has finally arrived*

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6:30 AM | *Eclipse day has finally arrived*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny skies and there is the chance for an afternoon thunderstorm, any storm that forms later today can be strong, quite warm, highs not far from 90 degrees

Tonight

Mainly cloudy skies, chance of showers and thunderstorms, any storm that forms can be on the strong side, mild, lows near 75 degrees

Tuesday

Partly sunny, hot, low-to-mid 90’s for highs

Tuesday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, chance of showers and thunderstorms, lows near 75 degrees by morning

Wednesday

Partly sunny, not as warm, low-to-mid 80’s

Thursday

Mainly sunny, nice, upper 70’s

Friday

Mainly sunny, nice, upper 70’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, nice, upper 70’s

Discussion

Solar eclipse day has finally arrived and there will be some clouds around in the Mid-Atlantic region. High pressure over the region will move offshore today and a disturbance will approach from the west giving us the chance for thunderstorms both this afternoon and tonight. Later in the week, Canadian high pressure will arrive with comfortable conditions for this time of year. In the DC-to-Philly-to-New York City corridor, the eclipse will be partial and its duration will be about 2 hours and 40 minutes. The beginning of the solar eclipse in this corridor will be around 1:20 PM (ET), the time of maximum coverage of the sun around 2:45 PM (ET), and the ending time around 4:00 PM (ET). The percentage of totality will be roughly 81% in the DC metro region, 75% in and around Philly, and 72% in and around the NYC metro region. Special solar eclipse glasses must be worn for viewing throughout today’s event.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com