eclipse

Tips For the Eclipse in the Quad Cities
One of the most rare celestial events will occur over the Quad Cities on Monday - a near total eclipse of the sun. While the event is exciting, it can also be dangerous.
You would never look directly at the sun for any length of time on any given day without damaging your eyesight, and the eclipse is…
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 8/21
A solar eclipse will happen today, but it's a questionable whether we'll actually see it.
1 - Morning storms will leave behind broken clouds by the time the eclipse begins making viewing difficult. More storms move in tonight. Forecast details from the National Weather Service are here...
It’s The Eclipse, But First Let Me Take A Selfie
It's the science event of a lifetime. I'm talking about the Solar Eclipse taking place on Monday. Day will turn to night for a brief period of time.
According to WQAD.com,  if you want to take a selfie with the eclipse you're going to need a special lens...
Will Pets in the Quad Cities Act Weird During the Eclipse?
As humans prepare for the moon to block the sun on Aug. 21 there will be countless pets, wild animals and other creatures who won't be quite so prepared. With daily routines influenced by human schedules as well as sunlight levels, pets and other non-wild animals often have relatively mild reac…
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 8/14
We're one week away from the Great American Eclipse.
1 - A more unsettled weather pattern takes over this week. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for the first half of the week. Details from the National Weather Service are here...