Here is the US weather forecast for the 2021 solar eclipse

On Thursday morning (June 10), much of North America will see the moon block out part of the sun during the first solar eclipse of the year – weather permitting, of course.

While parts of northern Canada, Greenland and Russia will see a “ring of fire” when the moon passes directly in front of the sun, observers in some parts of the US will only see a partial eclipse when the moon appears to “bite” “outside the sun.”

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