Breaking News:Some in East Mississippi and West Alabama had a successful eclipse viewing experience, while others found it…

Cloud cover dominated the eclipse viewing for many residents in East Mississippi and West Alabama. The peak of the Great American Eclipse in News 11’s area occurred at 1:55 p.m., with the Moon blocking 85% of the Sun. However, around 2:30 p.m., downtown Meridian saw some breaks in the clouds, allowing Meteorologist Zack Rogers to capture a few photos. If you managed to witness the eclipse and snap some photos, you could upload them to the website for a chance to be featured on the evening newscasts.

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