GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – A total solar eclipse is just days away, coming on Monday, August 21, 2017. We will not see the total eclipse here in the East, but will see a partial eclipse of 90% to 95%. The time for each phase of the eclipse and coverage of eclipse you’ll see vary a little depending on where you live. The photo above shows eclipse times and coverage for Greenville, N.C.
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Thankfully, the weather here in the East looks pretty good for the eclipse. Clouds could interrupt eclipse viewing for some and there is a chance for a pop-up storm. Otherwise, it will be a pretty typical hot and humid summer day.
Be sure to check out our Solar Eclipse 2017 guide in the related content section for everything you need to know for eclipse day.
Pierce Legeion is a meteorologist and digital journalist for WNCT 9 First Alert Weather.