Americans are gearing up for a natural phenomenon that few of Americans alive today have been privileged enough to witness- The Great American Eclipse. Some say that the events celebrating the eclipse along the Path of Totality resemble Woodstock. Do a simple web search for St. Louis Eclipse 2017 and you will receive a list of websites highlighting events and festivals along with safety precautions and travel advisories resembling a blizzard.
For anyone not understanding the uniqueness of this event, think about these facts provided by the Saint Louis Eclipse Task Force.
First total solar eclipse to touch the United States since the 1990s in Hawaii.
First total solar eclipse to cross the United States coast-to-coast since 1918!
St. Louis has not had a total solar eclipse since the year 1442!
St. Louis has 1.6 million residents living within the path of totality which ties St. Louis to Nashville for the most number of residents living directly within the path.
What you do to prepare for the eclipse whether you are travelling to a local festival or another day at work, you will want to take note of the impending increased traffic on the day of the Eclipse. Missouri is expecting as many as 1.2 million visitors to the path of the eclipse starting as early as Saturday, August 19. According to greatamericaeclipse.com the largest driveshed and area of congestion near St. Louis will be on Interstate 55 near Festus. This is due to the fact that highway 55 offers the shortest distance of travel for 13.8 million Americans to view the total eclipse.
Wherever you may be on the afternoon of August 21, 2017, take a minute to look up – wearing the proper safety glasses, of course – and witness history.
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