The Eclipse -- what you need to know.
The big anticipated day has arrived, with millions of North Americans ready to take in the first real solar eclipse in generations.
Unfortunately, the forecast is not ideal, for safely viewing the eclipse, with a chance we’ll get clouds and potential showers in the forecast for the peak time around 2:30 this afternoon, although we may still get lucky.
You’ve no doubt heard the warnings about not looking directly at the eclipse without proper eye protection.
To help you out, here’s a quick guide on how to make a pin-hole camera. click here
The path of totality as its called, it quite a bit south of us, in the Kentucky and Tennessee area, so we should get about 70 percent of the eclipse in our region.
— Sheryl Crow (@SherylCrow) August 21, 2017
— NASA Sun & Space (@NASASun) August 21, 2017
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