What you need to know about the solar eclipse: A primer
Sun travel agency Turista Travel agency said in a statement on Thursday that the eclipse would begin at 8:30 p.m.
ET on the West Coast, and would last about 90 minutes.
The agency said there would be no solar flares or lightning, though some areas might see thunderstorms.
Turista said the eclipse will be visible from Hawaii, Alaska, California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho, with the eclipse expected to last about 1½ hours.
Turistas eclipse watch also will be available on its website for the rest of the world.
But for now, it’s safe to stay at home.
This article was originally published on Oct. 27, 2017.