FINAL SOLAR ECLIPSE WEATHER UPDATE: Will we be able to see the eclipse on Wirral tomorrow morning ?

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Met Office: Predicted cloud cover for Friday morning

A weak weather front will be moving down across the UK during Friday morning.

This will introduce quite a cloudy morning across Wirral during the time of the eclipse, so you may not see it.

The best we can hope for at the moment is breaks in cloud on Friday morning to give us a glimpse.

A Met Office spokesman has commented on what Wirral will experience if cloud does completely ruin our view:

They said: “People will still be able to see it get darker. You will be able to feel it and sense it but you might not be able to see it.

“It will be a gradually darkness and there will be no actual atmospheric changes to conditions.”

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Wirral eclipse details

If cloud does block our view, then we will have to wait another 11 years for the next eclipse.

The next eclipse of similar magnitude will take place on August 12, 2026, with 95 per cent of the sun obscured.

However, if it is too cloudy its not the end of the world, the BBC will be broadcasting an eclipse special of stargazing live.

We’ll have all our equipment on standby so if there is anything to see you’ll be the first to see pictures on our Facebook and twitter pages.

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Our Solar Eclipse equipment ready!

REMEMBER: Never look directly at the sun – Read how to safely observe & photograph this Friday’s solar eclipse here.

(Predicted cloud coverage for Friday morning)

MORE: YOUR PICTURES OF THE SOLAR ECLIPSE HERE!

MORE: 10 things you NEED to know about Friday’s solar eclipse

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