While we won't see a total solar eclipse on Monday, we'll still see more than 80 percent of the sun blocked by the moon that day.
The entire eclipse will take nearly three hours from beginning to end.
Here's a guide that gives a city-by-city breakdown of when the solar eclipse will begin, its peak, and when it finishes. We're also including how much of the sun is covered on August 21 during the event.
|La Crosse||11:47 a.m.||1:11 p.m.||2:34 p.m.||85|
|Caledonia||11:46 a.m.||1:10 p.m.||2:33 p.m||85|
|Camp Douglas||11:49 p.m.||1:12 p.m.||2:35 p.m.||83|
|Houston||11:46 a.m.||1:10 p.m.||2:33 p.m.||85|
|Lansing||11:47 a.m.||1:11 p.m.||2:34 p.m.||86|
|Prairie du Chien||11:47 a.m.||1:12 p.m.||2:35 p.m.||87|
|Viroqua||11:47 a.m.||1:12 p.m.||2:35 p.m.||85|
|Winona||11:46 a.m.||1:10 p.m.||2:32 p.m.||84|