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midatlanticweather shared Weatherboy Weather's 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. ...

READY FOR AUGUST 21? We are just 2 months away from the biggest event of the summer ...and of the last 100 years: a total eclipse of the sun over America. A band of darkness will travel across the United States from west to east, making the middle of the day as dark as night. The lack of sunlight will help plunge temperatures by 10 or more degrees in some locations as darkness settles in. While the total eclipse will be viewed in a band from coast to coast, at least a partial eclipse will appear in many other places of the country. Are you planning to do anything special for the eclipse? Travel to an area of total darkness? Go to a National Park? Visit a NASA center? Or simply watch from home? We want to know. Video: NASA #Solareclipse2017

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Retweeted NWS Houston (@NWSHouston):

The following image shows the various hurricane/tropical storm tracks for the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans since 1851&1949. #HurricaneStrong t.co/FXR8xmBQxI
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Retweeted NWS New Orleans (@NWSNewOrleans):

Hurricanes are most likely late Aug through late Sep, but you should prepare now. #HurricanePrep #lawx #mswx t.co/LbQ4qASQuu
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