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  1. Des 56
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    That very rare event can be witnessed starting from 8-30 ish and the most cover at 9-30 ish in the morning
    The Scottish islands will be 100% but there may be a lot of cloud

    Here in Wales we will get 93% eclipse with clear blue sky,the Midlands should be fine as well
    Now the forecast is done[​IMG]

    If you get a chance take a safe look, it is wonderful event,its such a shame its not going to be the full monty for the mainland Uk
     
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    I remember travelling down to Cornwall about ten plus years ago to see the last big one and it was spectacular
     
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    I think the last one I remember was 1999. It was mid morning and I was working in a local factory. Things came to a halt and we all went outside...really weird feeling....all the birds (feathered kind, that is) went quiet, as if it was night...surprising how much noise they make without us noticing.
     
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    We were on the coast in cornwall and the the tide stopped and all the birds did one, quite scary in one respect.
     
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