MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - The Mid-South won't have the perfect view of the upcoming eclipse, but it won't be terrible either.
On August 21, what is being dubbed the "Great American Eclipse" will put a whole path of our country in the dark.
The Mid-South is not in the path of totality, but we will see a 94 percent eclipse. Meaning the moon will nearly totally eclipse the sun.
The event will take place August 21 around 1:24 p.m. Be sure to get some eclipse glasses, if you want to stare up and see the eclipse yourself.
10 great places to see the eclipse
Clarksville: 2:19 of totality
Gallatin: 2:40 of totality
Nashville: 1:57 of totality
Lebanon: 2:37 of totality
Cookeville: 2:32 of totality
For more information about seeing the Great American Eclipse in Tennessee, click here.