Hank Sims / @ 10:07 a.m. / Nature

(PHOTOS, VIDEO) HOW’S YOUR ECLIPSE? Coastal Humboldt is Socked In, But People Are Flocking Inland to Get Views


NASA live stream of the eclipse.

We’re just about ready to reach peak eclipse. Here in Eureka, everything looks the same as it always does — thick, dense layer of fog blocking out all view of the sun — except for the fact that it looks like it’s about 6:30 in the morning rather than 10 a.m.

Inland, though — the fog has lifted, and crowds are swarming up for a glimpse! Check out the scene up at Kneeland School, where the Outpost’s Ryan Burns is stationed:

Kneeland School. Photo: Ryan Burns.

Kneeland School. Photo: Ryan Burns.

Now look at Berry Summit as of a few minutes ago, courtesy of the Outpost’s Andrew Goff!


They look like they’re having a good time!

We’ll update here in case anyone gets a good Humboldt picture of the sun. In the meanwhile — if you’re fog-bound, maybe follow the livestream above?

Happy eclipse day!

Former state senator Wes Chesbro (right) in funny glasses, at Berry Summit.

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UPDATE:

Totality was acheived. Screenshot from the livestream above.


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