Today I expect a high in the low 90’s… where we’ve been every day since LAST weekend when clouds and rain kept highs in the 80’s. Definitely don’t give up hope of seeing it and we’ll update later this evening.
We do have high clouds in the forecast for tomorrow night. That means the full moon is at it’s closest point to the earth and will look really big and bright. We’ll see the mostly cloudy skies continue through this evening but the breaks will allow for some folks to catch glimpses of tonight’s super blood moon eclipse.
Clouds will be on the increase & eventually drop some isolated rain showers across northwest Montana by Saturday afternoon.
Weather conditions back here on Earth after the eclipse will remain on the cloudier side for the rest of the overnight, with lows dropping only to the low 60s. Temperatures will fall into the upper 60s degree range around 9 PM, then in the mid 60s at midnight. This will be a common thread for the remainder of the week along with plentiful sunshine thanks to a strong zone of high pressure settling in over central Canada.
Tuesday: A 40-percent chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Be ready for the cool changes, and enjoy the eclipse!