Overnight Forecast, Saturday November 2nd, 2013

Clouds may not break in time to see the partial solar eclipse Sunday morning.
Updated: Saturday night, November 2nd
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

It doesn’t look like clouds will break in time for the partial solar eclipse Sunday morning, but in case they do, as much as 70% of the sun will be obscured behind the moon the first 20-30 minutes after sunrise. You can find plans for a pinhole projector online to see the eclipse safely. Clouds will break as we go through Sunday, but temperatures will only peak in the low to mid 40s in the early afternoon. Temperatures will fall quickly in the evening, and may be below freezing in some communities before the Steelers game ends. Monday will start cold with temperatures in the low to mid 20s, something we haven’t seen since April. We will be in a warming trend for the first half of the week, with highs in the 50s Monday and Tuesday; and reaching the 60s in some spots Wednesday before the next system arrives. That system will bring showers and another round of cooler air, with highs back in the 40s for next weekend.
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