The Weather Channel & Twitter Team Up to Live Stream Next Week’s Eclipse




Don’t live close to next week’s solar eclipse? Twitter and The Weather Channel have you covered with a live stream hosted by The Weather Channel.

Starting Monday, August 21, 2017, at noon Eastern The Weather Channel will go live with coverage from Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wyoming, giving you real-time look at everything happening with the solar eclipse.

The stream will be hosted by The Weather Channel’s meteorologists’ Ari Sarsalari and Domenica Davis and will feature high resolution and aerial drone footage from The Weather Channel’s network of storm trackers. There will also be real-time footage courtesy of NASA.

You will be able to watch the live feed on the Twitter app available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Android TV as well as on Twitter’s website HERE.

So if you cannot make it out, Twitter may be your best option to see everything happening with next week’s solar eclipse.

Do you know of other great ways to watch the solar eclipse? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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