The solar eclipse is scheduled to occur on April 8, 2024. HOLR breaks down where it will likely be visible.

According to this related article, the solar eclipse, which is scheduled to happen on the afternoon of April 8, 2024, will be visible from “a narrow path that stretches from Mexico to Newfoundland and Labrador.” It will also reportedly include parts of Ontario.

Solar Eclipse Explained

A solar eclipse is the ideal moment when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, as noted here. On April 8, it is expected to be a total solar eclipse in which the Moon will block all of the Sun’s light, which will evidently cast a shadow on the Earth.

Will the Solar Eclipse Be Visible in Florida?

According to this related article, Florida residents will only allegedly be able to see a partial eclipse since it is “not in the path of totality.”

Niagara Solar Eclipse

According to this TikTok video posted by user @thejackforge, the Niagara region recently announced it would be declaring a State of Emergency to accommodate the upcoming Solar Eclipse. Since it is deemed one of the best places to spot the eclipse, there is concern that a large influx of people will travel to the Niagara region to view the eclipse.

Published by HOLR Magazine.

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