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At this point we all know about the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st. While the state of Pennsylvania is not in the path of totality, we will still see 70 – 83.4% sun blockage.
Areas in Southwestern and Southcentral PA will see near and above 80% blockage. Northeastern PA will see the least amount of sun blockage. Check out this video for many more details including timing and city-by-city blockage percentages.
The best time to view the eclipse will be at 2:42 PM. We highly recommend using protective glasses, which can be found on several websites for cheap. Share this using the icons below.