National Weather Service predicting partly cloudy skies for Monday

This graphic from NASA shows the path of totality for Monday afternoon’s solar eclipse that be visible over Columbus and other Indiana communities.

Bartholomew County Emergency Management said showers and a few storms are possible in southwest Indiana on Sunday.

The National Weather Service says no hazardous weather is expected Monday, with low-level clouds leaving in the morning, but high level clouds remaining around ecliopse time.

Winds Monday will generally be southerly at 10-15 mph with gusts around 20 mph. Expect highs in the low to mid-70s. Expectation remains that morning cloud cover will have eroded by the early afternoon, with mostly high, thin clouds contributing to the forecast sky cover.