Partial solar eclipse could be visible in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND (WJW)– A partial solar eclipse could be visible from Cleveland early Thursday morning.


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Cleveland State University research astronomer Jay Reynolds said the eclipse will be in process during sunrise from 5:53 a.m. to 6:34 a.m. He emphasized these times are very specific to Cleveland, so those outside the city will need to adjust.

You’ll want to be right on Lake Erie to catch a glimpse. Reynolds said the sun will be about 6 degrees above the horizon, to the right of FirstEnergy Stadium. He’ll be set up near the Cleveland sign at Edgewater Park.


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The view is also dependent on the weather and the forecast is not looking favorable.

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