State Climate Office of NC: The Eclipse is Coming, but Will the Clouds Cooperate?

Published Monday, August 14, 2017 at 11:58 am

Next Monday, a total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of North Carolina for the first time in more than 47 years. A little after 2:30 pm on August 21, skies will darken in the far southwestern part of the state for around two-and-a-half minutes.

Across the rest of the state, a partial eclipse will be visible as the moon blocks 88% or more of the sun at the peak, with the exact coverage depending on your location. 

But just how visible will this eclipse be? 

Check out the State Climate Office’s latest blog here to learn more. 



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