The solar eclipse that cast a shadow sweeping from Oregon to South Carolina drew the attention of millions gazing upward at the celestial event. While it was awe-inspiring from the ground, it was also pretty spectacular from above.
Lots of excitement is building for the nationwide solar eclipse sweeping through the United States on August 21. While the Twin Ports will only see roughly a 3/4 eclipse, it will still be a sight to see - if the weather cooperates. Will the sky be clear enough to see the eclipse in the Northland?
A solar eclipse will sweep across the United States on Monday, August 21, 2017. The cool thing about this eclipse is that everyone in the United States will be able to see it. It just won't be a total eclipse for everyone, depending on where you are. What will the eclipse look like in the Twin Ports? How and when exactly can you see it? Here's what to know.