Clouds start to move in from the northwest to the southeast overnight. They should build in slowly enough for most of us to enjoy a decent view of the eclipse, which peaks around 3 am. Cites farther north may just have to be a little more patient to catch a break in the clouds. We cool into the low 30s as the wind starts to kick back in by Friday morning.
Friday will be windy, around 45 mph, but a little warmer. There will be more clouds than sun with a high in the low 50s.
Winds lighten up for the weekend, and we stay in the ow 50s Saturday, even with mostly cloudy skies.
Colder weather then pushes back in, dropping us into the upper 40s Sunday.
Monday looks a bit rough, starting in the low 20s and only warming to about 40 in the afternoon.
Warmer weather blows back in Tuesday, but blows back out on Wednesday into Thursday with highs back in the 40s.
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