We are one month away from the total solar eclipse that will pass over the state in April. The National Weather Service has released a more accurate timeline of when “totality” will be reached when the phenomenon happens. The path of totality will reach as far north as southern Vermillion County heading northeastward along a path including Crawfordsville, Kokomo, and southern Allen County, and as far south as Evansville up through Scottsburg and into Dearborn County. Totality will be at it’s peak a little after 3pm-eastern time throughout that whole area that day.

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