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Last Map Update: Sun, Aug. 20, 2017 at 2:01:26 pm CDT

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Here's some information on the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. It starts at 11:30 am, peaks at 12:57 pm, and ends at 2:26 pm. 72 percent of the sun will be obscured at Lubbock.
The Lubbock forecast area will experience around 75 % totality, meaning 75% of the sun will be obscured. Clouds may mess up the viewing for some, especially across the west. Another total solar eclipse can be seen in 2024.
Periodic thunderstorm chances will occur this week with temperatures cooling off a bit behind a cold front late Tuesday.