Many millions of people will have their heads tilted away from their cell phones later this afternoon. About 1:11 is when the eclipse will be at its peak in La Crosse, Wisconsin. I remember when the eclipse of 1979 got us out of class and in the playground at Falcon Heights elementary school with our homemade solar projectors. What a cool memory. It really irritates me that there are scammers out there selling fake eclipse glasses. But you can always go old school and poke a hole in a note card then grab another note card as the screen and line them up in order to see the eclipse. In La Crosse, Wisconsin, we will get about an 85% covering and from what I have seen from the National Weather Service that we will have a 42% cloud cover. The DOT also reminds us that motorists should also be prepared, and spend time focusing on the road, in fact some DOT dynamic message signs in Wisconsin are flashing this message: Don’t Have an Eclipse in Judgment. Drive Safely.