The Total Solar Eclipse will occur Monday across the United States, causing day to turn to night. The path of the eclipse will cover areas of Colorado and Wyoming. In our area, 94% of the sun will be covered by the moon. Those who would like to see 100% coverage can travel to central Wyoming, as communities there lie directly in the path of the total eclipse. Those planning on traveling to Wyoming from Colorado for the eclipse are being reminded that marijuana, including medical marijuana is illegal in Wyoming. It’s highly recommended that anyone observing the eclipse use certified eclipse viewing sunglasses. In our area, the eclipse will start at 10:15 Monday morning, with the maximum coverage occurring around 11:40. The eclipse will end just after 1 Monday afternoon. For additional information on the eclipse, click here. Path of the eclipse pictured above, click to enlarge.