It has to cooperate, or you won’t see the eclipse!
Yes, it's important that the weather co-operates -- if you can't see the sun, then you won't see the eclipse! It's important to watch the weather forecasts intently in the days before the eclipse. Eclipse chasers who travel around the world are sometimes stuck in the location they've chosen, and so they plan meticulously to seek out the most likely places where the weather will be clear. We have a lot of flexibility in our travel and relocation possibilities here in North America, but you should still keep watch – and have a plan!
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