Parts of North Texas will be experiencing totality as the moon's shadow crosses over Texas. 

The Date & Time website offers this sequence for the 2024 Eclipse in Dallas

    •    Begins: at 12:23 pm — outer lunar shadow touches the solar face

    •    Maximum at 1:42 pm — solar face is covered as much as possible

    •    Ends at 3:02 pm — outer lunar shadow exits the solar face

The Fort Worth 2024 sequence starts and ends only one minute earlier.To get the most specific times for DFW area, visit Date & Time's annular solar eclipse page 

The maximum duration of totality in Texas is 4 minutes and 22 seconds. In DFW, Fort Worth will experience 2 minutes and 43 seconds of totality; Arlington gets 3 minutes 20 seconds; and Dallas, 3 minutes, 50 seconds. 

Nearby towns like Hillsboro, Ennis, Wills Point and Terrell will get the full 4 minutes and 22 seconds or close to it. See more on Texas cities in the path of totality.

Plan where you will be and get your eclipse glasses now.

Read the Green Source DFW articles:

How to enjoy the North Texas eclipse

Local watch parties pop up across DFW

Two solar eclipses to be viewable in Texas

Eclipse gadgets to enhance experience at Texas State Parks

Eclipsestock! North Texas writer witnesses totality in Nebraska

Date and Time: 
Monday, April 8, 2024 - 12:15pm to 3:00pm