Adding an exciting dimension to Monday’s upcoming solar eclipse experience, Positively Osceola has journeyed to Northern New York to share the rare event of totality with Osceola County residents back in Florida. As Central Florida and Northern New York residents look forward to Monday, April 8th, the teams’ mission is to capture the totality phase and convey this unique moment to those not within the path.

In Central Florida, spectators will witness the start of the eclipse at 1:45 p.m., with the peak occurring at 3:03 p.m. The phenomenon will conclude by 4:17 p.m., offering a partial but nonetheless breathtaking eclipse.

Conversely, viewers in Central and Northern New York will observe total eclipse commencement in Chautauqua County at 3:17 p.m., progressing to Plattsburgh by 3:25 p.m. This area will experience the dramatic blackout phase, a complete obscuration of the sun by the moon, for a short time.

Regardless of location, it is critical to prioritize eye safety while enjoying the eclipse. Solar viewing glasses or shields are indispensable for protection, as regular sunglasses cannot filter out the sun’s harmful rays.

As Central Florida anticipates a partial eclipse, Positively Osceola’s presence in Northern New York ensures that the full glory of totality will be shared with their community, despite the geographical distance.