Total Solar Eclipse on Monday

We are just days away from April 8, when the 2024 solar eclipse will cross the continental United States, including a very small portion of Michigan. An expected 34 million Americans will witness the celestial show within the path of totality, though most around the country will be able to experience it in some form.

And as we get closer, we’re learning a little bit more about what the experience will be like, including the predicted path of totality and what the weather forecast could be (Long story short: If you get any sort of break in the clouds between roughly 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., you’ll be able to view at least a partial eclipse).

Wherever you are in Michigan, the distance between your location and the path of totality will determine how much of the sun will be covered by the moon.

Use our solar eclipse resources below, including the ZIP code locator and chart of Michigan cities, to determine when the eclipse is in your area.

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