Partial solar eclipse will be visible early Thursday morning in Michigan: When to see it

Sun will rise on June 10 with half of it blocked by moon

A partial solar eclipse will be visible in the northeast early Thursday morning.

DETROIT – Overnight Wednesday (Detroit time), the moon will pass in front of the sun, blocking part of the sun and casting its shadow on the earth.

The sun will rise Thursday morning (June 10) just before 6 a.m., with half of it already blocked by the moon -- and voila! A partial solar eclipse.

The partial eclipse will be visible on the low northeastern horizon. As the moon slides by, the blocked “chunk” of sun will get progressively smaller -- so if you want to see it, set an alarm! The eclipse will be over by 6:37 a.m.

Watch the report above for all the information you need.

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About the Author:

Local 4 meteorologist Paul Gross was born in Detroit and has spent his entire life and career right here in southeast Michigan. Paul has researched, written and produced eight half-hour documentaries for WDIV, as well as many science, historical and environmental stories.