Clouds have been spotted moving toward Indy before the eclipse. Will they block the view?

Cloud cover is still possible today during the eclipse.

National Weather Service Indianapolis announced on X, formerly Twitter, this morning that they are tracking some clouds moving northeast over southern Missouri.

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The incoming clouds are cirrus clouds, which are typically higher and appear as the more thin, whispy looking clouds in the sky.

The clouds are estimated to arrive in central Indiana between 1 to 2 p.m., around the time when the partial eclipse will begin (which is 1:50 p.m.).

The NWS Weather Prediction Center also shared their final eclipse update also confirming the cloud cover on X.

"Clouds will impact the view throughout much of the totality path, but high clouds from Texas to Ohio and in parts of New England may not completely obscure the eclipse," the Tweet said.

Katie Wiseman is a trending news intern at IndyStar. Contact her at klwiseman@gannett.com. Follow her on Twitter @itskatiewiseman.

This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Solar eclipse 2024: Cloud cover update from NWS Indianapolis