Where to watch the 2017 total solar eclipse around Cincinnati
If you're not taking a trip to the belt of totality to watch the solar eclipse, you may want to come up with a game plan to view the eclipse here in the Tri-State. Cincinnati should have 93 percent visibility of the eclipse, according to the 9 First Warning Weather Team, so you're still in for a show if you opt to stay home. If you live closer to downtown or in an area with lots of street lights, you may have some trouble viewing the eclipse (unless they're turned off or disabled, as many are requesting in letters to Duke Energy). If you live in a more rural area, you home may suffice as a decent viewing area.