ABC7 News Weather forecast for Monday morning

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Here is your ABC7 AccuWeather forecast for the Bay Area ahead of today's full solar eclipse. (KGO)

Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your Bay Area AccuWeather Forecast.

Good morning! Unless you're above 2,600 feet, clouds will obscure the beginning of the Great American Solar Eclipse. By the peak at 10:15 a.m., inland East Bay, Napa Valley and South Bay neighborhoods will be mostly sunny. Clouds begin opening elsewhere, except the coast, from the eclipse's peak to the end at 11:37 a.m.

The clouds and eclipse help hold our highs cooler than average.

Clouds return to most neighborhoods tonight, with lows in the middle 50s to lower 60s.

Concord: 81/61
Fremont: 76/62
Oakland: 70/60
Redwood City: 74/62
San Francisco: 65/58
San Jose: 78/62
Santa Rosa: 78/57

TODAY: Mostly Cloudy
Highs: 55 - 59 Degrees
TONIGHT: Cloudy/Foggy
Lows: 53 - 58 Degrees

North Bay
TODAY: Sunny
Highs: 76 - 80 Degrees
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy
Lows: 56 - 60 Degrees

East Bay
TODAY: Mostly Sunny
Highs: 68 - 78 Degrees
Lows: 58 - 62 Degrees

East Bay Valleys
TODAY: Sunny
Highs: 80 - 85 Degrees
TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy
Lows: 58 - 62 Degrees

TODAY: Sunny
Highs: 70 - 75 Degrees
Lows: 57 - 62 Degrees

South Bay
TODAY: Sunny
Highs: 76 - 81 Degrees
Lows: 58 - 62 Degrees

The same cloud pattern holds tomorrow, with a slight bump in highs due to more sunshine compared to today's eclipsed shortened morning sunshine.

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