What time is the eclipse? Check times for any location
ST. LOUIS — The Great American Eclipse will pass over the U.S. today. Many cities near St. Louis will see a total eclipse.
Most people won’t notice the sky getting dark until after noon. A total eclipse will happen after 1:15pm for several cities in a 70 mile wide path to the south of St. Louis. But even if you won’t have 100 percent of the sun obscured by the moon, there’s still a lot to see, if you know when to look.
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The chart below shows eclipse times for many places in Missouri and Illinois, compiled by the NASA. All times in CST.
|Location||Partial Eclipse Begins||Total Eclipse Begins||Total Eclipse Ends||Partial Eclipse Ends|
|Warrenton||11:48 AM||1:15 PM||1:17 PM||2:42 PM|
|Wentzville||11:48 AM||1:16 PM||1:17PM||2:43 PM|
|Ballwin||11:49 AM||1:16 PM||1:18 PM||2:43 PM|
|Arnold||11:49 AM||1:17 PM||1:19 PM||2:44 PM|
|South St. Louis||11:49 AM||1:17 PM||1:18 PM||2:44 PM|
|Columbia||11:50 AM||1:17 PM||1:19 PM||2:44 PM|
|Perryville||11:51 AM||1:18 PM||1:21 PM||2:46 PM|
|Carbondale||11:52 AM||1:20 PM||1:22 PM||2:47 PM|