Just two years from today, the U.S. will experience a rare, astronomical phenomenon – a total solar eclipse – and Paris is in the path of totality.
At about 1:43 p.m., Paris will be covered in darkness for about four minutes as the moon passes between the sun and Earth.
According to National Eclipse’s website, Texas is considered to “have the best eclipse-day weather prospects in the country.” It’s projected Texas has a sunnier April climate.
“In general, the farther south you are for this eclipse, the better your weather odds,” according to National Eclipse. “And you can’t get any farther south along the path of totality in the U.S. than Texas.”
While a total solar eclipse in the U.S. is uncommon, the last major solar eclipse in the U.S. was on Aug. 21, 2017.