LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Millions have witnessed the Great American Eclipse of 2017.
The moon began its journey across the path of the sun in Oregon around 11 a.m. CT Monday.
Since Arkansas was not in the path of totality, skies here were only slightly dimmed. Eighty-nine percent totality was reached in the Little Rock area with higher totality in the northeast part of the state and lower totality in the state's southwest section.
It was at 1:18 p.m. when the eclipse impact on Arkansas was most visible. Our meteorologists say the temperature dropped by about five degrees.
In the attached video, watch our time-lapse of the event as seen from the Natural State.
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