While uncertainty remains, there are signs that skies may be clearing by Monday afternoon for the upcoming eclipse.

Knox, Daviess and Martin Counties fall in the cross hairs of the National Weather Service offices located in Indianapolis and Paducah, Kentucky although technically they are in the Indianapolis region.

The Indianapolis office says there is at least a 30-50% chance that total sky coverage will be 50% or greater, but that does not mean all cloud cover will be thick and opaque.

Meanwhile counties to the south, like Gibson, Pike and Dubois are in the Paducah office’s coverage area.

That office says there may may be a break in the cloud cover just in time of for the eclipse.

Otherwise, it’ll be warm with highs in the 70s.

Showers and storms are expected Sunday into Sunday night then again Monday night through much of next week.