Glasses are the only concerns facing our friends in Kentucky on Monday.
Traveling to western and southern Kentucky to get a better view of the historic solar eclipse on Monday, especially along I-65. Kentucky highway officials warn travel may be difficult and are advising you to be prepared for perhaps substantial traffic jams and potentially long delays in getting home along the route.
Our friends at TheVerge notes: Are you ready to see something special happen in the sky.
The eclipse won’t last long, so you’ll want to be sure you’re ready to watch at the precise time when it will peak.
The eclipse will peak at 2:27:52 pm EDT, when the moon obscures 95.2% of the sun.