Lincoln Elementary School will allow students to view the eclipse
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The Solar Eclipse is Monday, and with most area schools back in session, we wondered how educators will handle the historic event.
You can still safely watch the solar eclipse by making your own pinhole viewer!
The United States Postal Service released a special stamp to commemorate the solar eclipse happening Monday, August 21
The Fort Wayne Astronomical Society is hosting a watch party at the plaza of the downtown branch of the Allen County Public Library.
A total solar eclipse gives scientists a rare opportunity to study the sun and how it’s absence affects weather.
Amazon recalled some solar eclipse glasses, fearing them unsafe
INDOT released a statement with several Dos and Don’ts for the eclipse
There are many people from our area traveling to the “path of totality”
Have you ever had your car damaged by hail?
The solar eclipse is now only 9 days away
Late July into early August is peak season for Japanese beetles.
There are 59 rows of them, each 300 feet long
The moon will cross in front of the sun for several minutes during the middle of the day on Monday, August 21
Fort Wayne is not in the “path of totality,” but we will still be able to see a partial eclipse.
Temperatures will climb into the lower 80s by afternoon
You can see some of the best photos viewers sent in
The chance for rain/storms lasts all day, but the strongest storms are likely after 2 PM.