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I watched it from my backyard! I live just west of Portland, OR. We had about 98-99% totality. It was neat!
That is awesome Dana! I watched the Oregon view from the Weather Channel video feed. So cool that you got to experience that!
My husband and I drove from Pittsburgh PA ( maybe 8-10 hours) to Princeton KY-a couple of miles from the viewing center for the nation. Darling Husband found a little Italian restaurant along the highway with great food that closed at 1:00 so customers and staff could all set up camp on the parking lot & watch. You can’t get better than that – dinner and a show!?
Oh man, that is terrific Kerry! What a neat memory that will be!
Here in Kansas City, MO we had clouds and storms 🙁 Students were able to go out for about 45 min. leading to totality but when totality arrived, the sun/moon was hidden from storm clouds. Just after students came in after hidden totality, heavy rainstorms started and continued through entire afternoon. I was one of three who stayed in with students whose parents wanted them to stay in (vision concerns) but all the district bandwidth couldn’t handle all the “live streaming” and every link I tried (local or NASA) just kept buffering; we couldn’t see the total eclipse even online 🙁
Oh bummer Christy, that is exactly what happened to my Mom minus the rain. Darn it! 🙁
I tried to watch in Columbus, Ohio. We were in about an 86% zone at its peak, but unfortunately it got very cloudy and looked like it might rain less than an hour before the peak. I was inside and went out several times taking my glasses to up at the sky and I couldn’t see a thing!! Of course, an hour later the clouds went away. So, in my neighborhood, it was much ado about nothing!
Oh boy, I guess we can’t win them all. Such a major bummer… 🙁
At faculty meetings yesterday but there was a break for all to go out to see the eclipse. Being just a mile from the ocean near Santa Cruz, CA, we were socked in with fog. There was a bit of darkening an that felt a bit eerie but there was no sun or eclipse to be seen.
Awe! This is making me sad that the weather prevented many from seeing anything.
We drove from Fort Worth to Columbia, MO, a few days before The Eclipse.
My husband is really into studying the heavens- stars. He had his telescope and digital camera ready.
We did have wispy clouds, but we were able to see the first phases and totality with just a little haze.
It was an awesome experience.
The clouds came back and hid the second half the Eclipse, then the clouds cleared and the sun was shining with such brillance.
Only an Awesome God and Creator could produce such a wondrous sight.
Ethelyn, that was a beautiful way of explaining the eclipse. I wasn’t able to experience totality but from what my husband shared with me, it can be a very spiritual experience. Amazing to say the least!