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Solar eclipse 2017: What will San Francisco’s weather be like?

What to except above for the big celestial event As expected, the weather in San Francisco will reportedly be foggy on the morning on the solar eclipse, Monday, August 21. According to the National Weather Service’s 10-day forecast, there will be “patchy fog before noon,” which could mean an entirely obscured celestial phenomenon. However, Weather Underground predicts a cloudy morning with sun breaking through around 9 a.
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