USNO Data for 2024 Total Solar Eclipse
Montreal Clear Sky Chart

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EventLocal Time (UT-5.0)Safety action
Start of partial Eclipse2024-04-08 14:14:23eclipse glasses ON
Start of Totality2024-04-08 15:26:44take eclipse glasses off
Maximum Eclipse2024-04-08 15:27:27 Max coverage 100.0%enjoy 1m27s of solar corona
End of Totality2024-04-08 15:28:11eclipse glasses ON
End of Partial Eclipse2024-04-08 16:36:46stop looking at the sun, resume mundane life

See more detail at USNO's webpage for this chart.

The latitude/logitude and timezone of the Montreal chart must be correct for the times here or on USNO's page to be accurate. Check the road map and that Montreal is in the UT-5.0 timezone on eclipse day.

Weather History for the Montreal clear sky chart around the time of the total eclipse

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DISCLAIMER: This weather data is based from past forecast records, not from sky observations. So it's possible that it is not an accurate indication of weather for the eclipse. If you miss seeing the eclipse because you took a climate/history page for a clear sky chart, or the weather data on this page, too literally, your only recourse is to complain to me in email. Reminder: by using this website you agree to be a fine human and not sue me for any reason. :)

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You may wish to compare to Jay Anderson's analysis of the 2024 El Niño affecting weather for the eclipse.

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