One Of The Best Places To View The Solar Eclipse Is…

WCCB Meteorologist Brian Basham headed out to Bryson City, North Carolina, right in the path of Monday's total solar eclipse

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – One of the best places to see the big black out is about 180 miles west of Charlotte.

Directly in the path of totality, Bryson City, a normally sunny community will go completely dark. So, WCCB Charlotte meteorologist Brian Basham went up the hill to see what folks will be doing during the big blackout.

Tim Hall, Bryson City’s man about town, storyteller extraordinaire and eclipse ambassador is meteorologist Brian’s guide for the day.

Don’t have a pair of glasses to watch the eclipse?  No worries, WCCB has your covered.  Watch the video to learn how to make your own pin-light solar eclipse viewing box.  And yes, it works!

How To Make A Solar Eclipse Pin Light Viewing Box

Did you forget to purchase glasses to view the Solar Eclipse? No worries, WCCB has you covered! Check out this step by step video on how to make your own Solar Eclipse pin-light viewing box!

Posted by WCCB, Charlotte's CW on Wednesday, August 16, 2017