Total solar eclipse coverage


COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) – On August 21, people across the United States will see the sun disappear behind the moon, turning daylight into twilight, causing the temperature drop rapidly.

During the spectacle, the skies will darken from Oregon all the way to the Palmetto State.

Click on the links for information as people descend to areas to view the path of totality for the big event.

REMEMBER: Looking directly at the sun, even when it is partially covered by the moon, can cause serious eye damage or blindness. NEVER look at a partial solar eclipse without proper eye protection

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