Missed Monday’s eclipse? No worries. Erie will get an even better show in 2024.
Hundreds viewed the total solar eclipse that happened Monday in Erie, but there will be another (and maybe, even better) chance to view a solar eclipse in less than a decade.
Astronomers expect the shadow of the moon once again to completely block out the sun across the United States on April 8, 2024, and this time Erie will be in the path of totality, according to AccuWeather.
The eclipse’s path of totality is expected to span from Texas to Maine and include cities like Dallas, Cleveland, Buffalo, and of course, Erie.
The 2024 eclipse will begin in Erie at 3:16 p.m. with a maximum eclipse visible two minutes later.