Clouds could impact view of the total lunar eclipse


Clouds are slowing breaking apart and clearing out. However, clouds are set to move back in later tonight. Hopefully the partly cloudy to mostly clear skies stick around long enough to see the eclipse.

  • Partial Eclipse Starts: 9:33 PM
  • Total Eclipse: 11:12 PM
  • Total Eclipse Ends: 11:43 PM
  • Partial Eclipse Ends: 12:50 AM

It will be a very frigid evening with temperatures in the single digits with below zero winds chills. If you plan to view the eclipse, dress in several layers and take breaks from being outside.

Mixture of sunshine and clouds on Monday with highs in the upper 20s. A strong southeasterly flow will help keep temperatures steady overnight, remaining in the low to mid 20s.

Our next winter storm system arrives on Tuesday. NOTE specific details could change: a wintry mix will start off sometime during the morning. This will be mixed with sleet and freezing rain. Temperatures rising above freezing will cause most wintry mix to switch to rain. During the evening, temperatures will fall back below freezing causing a transition to all snow. At the time, minimum accumulation of ice and snow is expected.

The latest forecast data on WGEM News at Ten.

Chelsea Smith

Chelsea Smith

Meteorologist Chelsea Smith is part of the WGEM Storm Track Weather team.

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