If weather conditions allow, you will be able to see one of the rarest spectacles in astronomy on the evening of the 5th of June. The planet Venus will make its trek between the Earth and Sun around sunset, appearing as a black spot near the top of the sun. The last time this occurred was back in 2004, and will not occur again until 2117. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. There is a chance of showers and storms Tuesday evening as a cold front approaches from the north. The best chance of rain Tuesday will be across inland sections closer to the front, although a few sea breeze storms will be possible farther south. Depending on how much cloud debris occurs from the expected storms, will determine if you'll get a good view of the sun at sunset. At this time, the chance of seeing it is what I could categorize as "Fair" due the potential for thunderstorms and their clouds obscuring the sun.
For more information on how to view the Transit of Venus click here:http://news.discovery.com/space/venus-transit-photograph-120604.html
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley