Totality with Diamond Ring effect, chromosphere (pink around rim), and one prominence at 7 o'clock. Photo by Rebecca Hagberg.

Full Totality for Some, Limited Visibility for Others During 2024 Eclipse

April 9, 2024

WARREN, Pa. – While a swath of Warren County was in the path of totality for the 2024 total solar eclipse, not all those in the path got a full view of the event.

Thousands flocked to the region to see the solar event. Heavy cloud cover throughout the day made visibility difficult for some, while others got a clear view of the rare event.

Heavy cloud cover prevented some from seeing totality. Photo by Brian Hagberg.

According to NASA, the partial eclipse began just after 2 p.m. Totality started at 3:16 p.m. and completed at 3:20 p.m., with the partial eclipse ending at 4:30 p.m.

Partial eclipse. Photo by Autumn Hagberg.
The final sliver before totality. Photo by Rebecca Hagberg.

Totality caused automatic lights to turn on across the county, and the temperature on the north side of the City of Warren dropped five degrees from 64 to 59.

Totality caused automatic lights to activate. Photo by Brian Hagberg.
Street lights turned on in the north side of the city during totality. Photo by Brian Hagberg.

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