Monday, April 8

Today, a total solar eclipse is crossing North America. The National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service within the NOAA explained, “The moon will pass directly between the sun and Earth, aligning perfectly to produce a total solar eclipse! When this occurs, the moon casts a shadow along a portion of the Earth’s surface.“

The National Weather Service stated, “The eclipse will be seen across portions of Mexico, the central and eastern United States, and southeastern Canada. The path of totality will first enter the United States in Texas, then advance northeast across the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and reach New York State during the mid-afternoon.“

The agency continued, “Places in the path of totality, including most of Western and North Central NY, will experience several minutes of darkened sky similar to the twilight seen before sunrise or after sunset.“

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Under Secretary Rick Spinrad to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with discernment.
  • For Director Ken Graham to be led by the Lord as he oversees the National Weather Service.
  • For the president and his advisors as they address environmental and atmospheric concerns.
  • For Americans who view the eclipse to do so safely and securely.

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