Using weather data going back ten years, forecasters have released predictions about the chances of clear skies on August 21st, solar eclipse day on the coast, in the Willamette Valley and east of the Cascades.
It comes as no surprise to long time coast residents that the offshore marine cloud layer can usually be trusted to move onshore, drawn by the heating of the Willamette Valley. In short, they say there is less than a 50-50 chance of seeing the eclipse this August 21st.
Here’s the story in the Oregonian. Click here.