The Upcoming Eclipse and Average Cloudiness

With the total solar eclipse coming up April 8, you may be wondering where the best place to view the eclipse may be? Here is an average cloudiness map created by the University of Wisconsin's Space Science and Engineering Center. 
The red colors are the area where clouds are least likely. The darker grays, the most likely. Of course,  on any given day, the weather may vary considerably from the average.

As the eclipse approaches, I'll update you on the odds. 

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