Plotting for the eclipse around Southwest Georgia
We're still about two weeks out from the solar eclipse, but it is never too early to start planning ahead.
The National Weather Service out of Tallahassee says that in Albany, it is expected to start around 1:08 p.m., with it happening three minutes later in Valdosta.
To get the most out of the eclipse, the maximum point is expected to hit around 2:30 in Albany and 2:43 in Valdosta.
Expect the event to be wrapped up around 4:08 p.m.
The only thing that could be a downer to the event is if it is cloudy, stay connected to WFXL as we get closer to the event for a better forecast.