Watch Solar Eclipse Totality today on 21st August 2017

Watch Solar Eclipse Totality today on 21st August 2017

Today, on 21st August 2017, everyone would love entirely sunny skies, but it might not be happened. On Sunday evening, the National Weather Service has indicated that the viewing of solar eclipse will be good. The official forecast for Grand Island mentioned patchy fog till 9 am and there might be a chance of thunderstorms and showers in the evening after 7 pm. The forecast also indicated partly sunny skies during the remaining day. An official of the National Weather Service in Hastings, Jerilyn Billings also confirmed partly sunny skies during entire day-time. The official also mentioned mid-to-high level clouds in the Grand Island, Kearney and Hastings areas. If it is true, then most people will not be able to experience after totality occur the solar eclipse.

Totality will begin at 12:58 pm in Grand Island and it will continue for at least 2 minutes 35 seconds and it has been considered the longest solar eclipse period in Nebraska. Totality in Hastings is expected for 2 minutes 14 seconds, but totality at the Visitor Center and Crane Trust Nature will continue for 2 minutes 33 seconds. It means the entire 3 locations are very close to the midpoint of the solar eclipse path across the United States. People in Grand Island, Crane Trust, Hastings and other parts of the South-central Nebraska will be able to avail good chance to watch solar eclipse clearly. But, people in Nebraska will have a pretty high-level with thin clouds during the time of totality. It is important that the National Weather Service in Hastings releases official forecast twice a day.