Future Eclipses 2019-2024

Tracks of central solar eclipses from 2017 to 2024. Total eclipses are in blue, annular eclipses are in purple, and the single hybrid eclipse is in orange. Background map: NASA. Eclipse tracks: Fred Espenak, Xavier Jubier.

The following cloud maps show average monthly cloud cover along the tracks of upcoming eclipses, both annular and total, as shown in the figure above. Cloud cover statistics are derived from measurements from the Aqua polar-orbiting satellite (2002-2015) and show the cloud cover during the afternoon, around 2 pm local time.

July 2, 2019 total solar eclipse with average July cloud cover. Click on the map to link to a detailed weather study for this eclipse. Data: NASA.
2019 ASE cloud+track
December 26, 2019 annular solar eclipse track with average December cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Xavier Jubier.
June 21, 2020 annular solar eclipse with average June cloud cover. Data: NASA.
June 21, 2020 annular solar eclipse with average June cloud cover. Data: NASA

 

December 14, 2020 annular solar eclipse with average December cloud cover. Data: NASA.
December 14, 2020 total solar eclipse with average December cloud cover. Data: NASA.

 

June 10, 2021, annular solar eclipse with average June cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Xavier Jubier
June 10, 2021, annular solar eclipse with average June cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Xavier Jubier
December 4, 2021 total solar eclipse with average December cloud cover. Data: NASA.
December 4, 2021 total solar eclipse with average December cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Xavier Jubier.
October 14, 2023 annular solar eclipse with average October cloud cover. Data: NASA.
October 14, 2023 annular solar eclipse with average October cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Fred Espenak
April 20, 2023 hybrid solar eclipse with average April cloud cover. Data: NASA.
April 20, 2023 hybrid solar eclipse with average April cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Fred Espenak.
April 4, 2024 total solar eclipse with average April cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Fred Espenak.
April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse with average April cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Fred Espenak.
2024ASE cloud+track
October 2, 2024 annular solar eclipse with average April cloud cover. Data: NASA. Eclipse track: Fred Espenak.

 

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