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For first time in 100 years a rare solar eclipse will be seen all across the country.

In Maryland we will not actually see the total eclipse, only a partial shadow if weather premits according to NASA.

The solar eclipse starts at 1:18 p.m. with the peak at 2:43 p.m. and over by 4:01 p.m. Experts are stressing safety not only with your eyes but also while behind the wheel. Don’t have safety glasses? Peep the DIY options below.

Dre’s #breakfastbite: Are you excited and prepared to see the #soloreclipse today? Share your thoughts on Instagram or Twitter @drejohnson1 @92qjamsbmore.

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