The Southeast and Midwest appear to be the trickiest places for viewing.
The general weather pattern is starting to emerge but confidence in details is still low.
We're still seeing the potential for a few trouble areas across the U.S. that may interfere with eclipse viewing.
A few places along the path of totality will be obscured by clouds.
Good news! We're now within 15 days of the solar eclipse, which is in range of some better forecast models.