How weather conditions may affect the eclipse

ABC News' chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reports live from Nashville on expected visibility of the eclipse in the path of totality across the country.
0:47 | 08/21/17

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We've got to ginger who is in Nashville the largest city in the path of totality with more on how weather conditions will affect B a clips good morning tea ginger. Good morning to you Amy this could end up being one of the most important forecasts of my life because all it takes is one clouded that obscures your view it here and that that the totality behind me. You see hunky times they're out client now that would not be the case taking to the map as till the end. And how this is gonna happen cloud cover wise right now if you see green on the map you are looking good as far as the eclipse does that's from parts of Oregon. Lot of that marine layer stays away in the morning. Lincoln to Jefferson City those planes hit a little bit of storminess in some high clouds at least Nashville's looking good right now we might see some daytime heating clouds. But Charleston out of the hole map not looking as great.

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