Come to Texas or anywhere along the route in 2024. It will have a totality nearly twice as long as yesterdays!!!
It's all down to the weather!the number of Americans who have seen a total solar eclipse probably multiplied by a factor of 20 on Monday.
Agreed. We're looking at renting an RV around Acadia for April 2024.That said, if I want to go to the same general area anyway. It makes sense to do it in the same time frame. Or even "make" a trip that coincides with "potentially" seeing a total eclipse. Once I retire, that is.
Well, there are times when Vermont and Maine have different weather. Not sure you can do much about that, though, since by the time you know you probably won't be able to get a place to stay. Maybe just choose whichever has the longer totality.Yup. I'm sure its going to happen, after all we should start planning for the worst in 7 years.
There's a discussion in the Northeast skiing forum.
April showers to keep in mind.
Criminy, there's no point to discussing a potential moment of weather for a ski trip this month much less for a solar eclipse 7 years away.Yup. I'm sure its going to happen, after all we should start planning for the worst in 7 years.