LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — In exactly three years, another Solar Eclipse will be visible here in the United States.
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This eclipse comes on the heels of the Eclipse of 2017, and will follow a path that will actually allow some of the country to be in totality - or the area that sees the sun 100% obscured by the moon - for the 2nd time!
Unfortunately, that doesn't look to be the case for us. In fact, or viewing may be about the same - maybe even slightly worse - than the last eclipse.
Having said that it won't be a bad show! Any viewing of any eclipse is always exciting and a good show - but as we said during the last eclipse if you can get to totality - it's worth it to make the drive.
Cities in totality include San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Little Rock, Indianapolis, Toledo, Cleveland, and Buffalo.
Book those travel plans now!