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Clear, sunny skies for great eclipse viewing in New Hampshire

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Clear, sunny skies for great eclipse viewing in New Hampshire

The 2024 solar eclipse is here and weather is New Hampshire is making the Granite State one of the best spots in the country to see it. Viewing conditions look clear for communities in the path of totality and the rest of New Hampshire. >> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play <<Generally, expect sunny skies for Monday. Some high clouds may move in later in the day, especially southwestern areas.Temperatures will be in the mid to upper-50s in northern areas of New Hampshire and pushing the low to mid 60s in southern areas of the state. It will be dry statewide.>> Everything you need to know about April 8 total solar eclipse in New Hampshire The partial eclipse will begin around 2:15 p.m. on Monday. The eclipse will peak just before 3:30 p.m., with several communities in northern New Hampshire in the path of totality. >> Minute-by-minute forecast for the path of totality in northern New HampshireIn other parts of the state, the moon will cover about 95% of the sun. The partial eclipse will end a little after 4:30 p.m.

MANCHESTER, N.H. —

The 2024 solar eclipse is here and weather is New Hampshire is making the Granite State one of the best spots in the country to see it.

Viewing conditions look clear for communities in the path of totality and the rest of New Hampshire.

>> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play <<

Generally, expect sunny skies for Monday. Some high clouds may move in later in the day, especially southwestern areas.

Temperatures will be in the mid to upper-50s in northern areas of New Hampshire and pushing the low to mid 60s in southern areas of the state. It will be dry statewide.

>> Everything you need to know about April 8 total solar eclipse in New Hampshire

The partial eclipse will begin around 2:15 p.m. on Monday. The eclipse will peak just before 3:30 p.m., with several communities in northern New Hampshire in the path of totality.

>> Minute-by-minute forecast for the path of totality in northern New Hampshire

In other parts of the state, the moon will cover about 95% of the sun. The partial eclipse will end a little after 4:30 p.m.

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