Cloudy Weather Will Stop Some People From Seeing the Solar Eclipse Today

Meteorologists are expecting mostly sunny skies throughout the path of totality for Monday’s total solar eclipse, but some areas will likely be obscured by clouds.

While it was previously predicted that clouds may obscure the historic event for people in half of the country, the National Weather Service’s latest eclipse prediction on Monday says clouds will be minimal, except for parts of Nebraska and South Carolina.

Thick clouds are gathering near Falls City, Neb., where meteorologists say there will be 90% cloud cover by 2 p.m. EDT. There may also be scattered thunderstorms in the Nebraska city, which will likely block the view of the eclipse. The weather is also looking “unfortunate” near Charleston, S.C., which is expected to have rain and up to 8…