This week will start off busy with an eclipse on Monday and First Alert Day on Tuesday.
Partly sunny skies this morning with temperatures beginning the day in the middle 60s.
Dry weather and partly sunny skies will remain in place through noon.
Very warm with temperatures through the middle 80s at lunch time.
The Solar Eclipse happens this afternoon. Skies will remain partly sunny. Most areas will remain dry, with a brief chance of an isolated thundershower after 2 PM.
A total eclipse will not happen locally, an 80% partial eclipse is happening here.
Do not look at the eclipse without special eye protection, sunglasses will not protect your eyes.
A First Alert Day on Tuesday has been issued with widespread rain and thunderstorms. A few strong storms with gusty winds will be possible.
Morning showers and thunderstorms are expected to clear and lead to potential early afternoon re-development.
The second round of storms may be strong with gusty winds, downpours and lightning.
Dry and cooler weather with lots of sunshine late week and into the weekend. Highs back into the 70s.
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