Emphasis here is did.
I'm trying to find a source that will inform me about which locations in the United States actually had their view of the eclipse on Aug 21, 2017 obscured by clouds.
- I'd preferably like a visual source or a compiled list of cloud covers, though compiled anecdotal accounts would be interesting, too.
I'd found a number of sources for predicting/forecasting/modeling potential cloud cover before the eclipse, which I used to keep my eclipse traveling/viewing plans fluid until the morning of Aug 21. However, I can't seem to find a source that shows me what the cloud cover actually looked like across the path of totality (and elsewhere). Essentially, I want to know how many of my dozens of changing planned destinations would or would not have worked out.
- With so many planned destinations that changed due to changing forecasts, perhaps it would be best to have a cloud cover map (vs. lists or personal accounts).
I'm most interested in knowing cloud cover during actual totality across the path of totality. If this is too much to ask, then I'd narrow that search to the Southeastern US (NC, SC, TN, GA).
Where can I find such data?