People across the country got to view a total or partial eclipse earlier today.
Meteorologist Scott Berschback with the National Weather Service office in Green Bay says it peaked at 79 percent across the Fox Valley, but clouds did make it difficult for some people to see it. He says areas south of Appleton had more cloud coverage that obstructed their view.
Berchback says it didn’t get too dark across the area, and that’s typical when you’re further away from the main path of the eclipse.
He says Wisconsin will get another chance to view an eclipse in 2024. He says that one will be closer, with the main path running just south of Chicago toward the Detroit area.