Weather forecast for Sunday evening, August 20, 2017:
Viewing weather for tomorrow's solar eclipse is looking pretty good in northern and eastern Utah, but isn't looking very good for southwestern Utah. Tropical moisture is streaming into the southwestern part of the state this evening, and will continue moving in tomorrow. The eclipse will begin shortly after 10 am and will continue until almost 1 pm, with peak occurring right around 11:30 am. Skies will be partly cloudy in northern and eastern Utah at that time, so there may be a few clouds to deal with during the eclipse, but southern Utah will likely have quite a bit of cloud cover to contend with. Later in the day, skies will become mostly cloudy in northern Utah as the tropical moisture continues to slide to the north. A few hit-and-miss thunderstorms also look likely during the afternoon and evening from Utah County southward.
Wasatch Front Forecast:
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Lows near 70.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy for the eclipse. Isolated thunderstorms possible in the afternoon in Utah County. Highs in the low-90s.
Monday night: Partly cloudy. Lows around 70.