Here's your final total eclipse forecast

ALTERNATIVE CROP A picture taken on September 1, 2016 shows the moon moving to cover the sun for a annular solar eclipse in the sky of in Dar es Salaam. Stargazers in south and central Africa are treated to a spectacular solar eclipse on September 1, 2016 when the Moon wanders into view to make the Sun appear as a "ring of fire", astronomers say. The phenomenon, known as an annular solar eclipse, happens when there is a near-perfect alignment of the Earth, Moon and Sun. / AFP / DANIEL HAYDUK (Photo credit should read DANIEL HAYDUK/AFP/Getty Images)
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Here's your final eclipse forecast from KING 5 Meteorologist Ben Dery.

  • Some low clouds and fog early over North Puget Sound, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and coastal communities
  • Most of the cloud cover over Puget Sound should be gone by 9 a.m.
  • Clouds will linger for coastal communities through the morning and could limit visibility of the eclipse
  • Temperatures will cool a few degrees as we enter maximum coverage. We could see a few clouds redevelop near Puget Sound.
  • After the eclipse, it will be a mostly sunny afternoon and warm, with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s

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