Here’s how long the April 2024 total solar eclipse will be visible in your neighborhood

This once-in-a-lifetime event will bring totality to parts of San Antonio and much of the Hill Country

FILE - This combination of photos shows the path of the sun during a total eclipse by the moon Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, near Redmond, Ore. Its only a year until a total solar eclipse sweeps across North America. On April 8, 2024, the moon will cast its shadow across a stretch of the U.S., Mexico and Canada, plunging millions of people into midday darkness. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File) (Ted S. Warren, Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

On April 8, 2024 the path of a rare total solar eclipse will pass through Texas, including parts of San Antonio and the Hill Country around 1:30 p.m.

The April 8, 2024 path of totality through Texas (Copyright 2023 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

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Here’s a breakdown of how long totality will last in your neighborhood:

SAN ANTONIO METRO AREA

The path of totality for the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse through Bexar County (Copyright 2023 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

BEXAR COUNTY (About half of Bexar County will be in path of totality)

  • Fair Oaks Ranch - 3m 10.8s
  • Leon Springs - 2m 49.2s
  • Dominion - 2m 44s
  • Helotes - 2m 40.7s
  • Timberwood Park - 2m 20.9s
  • Shavano Park - 2m 0.7s
  • Leon Valley (Sea World Area) - 1m 47.4s
  • Stone Oak - 1m 38.5s
  • Hollywood Park - 1m 38.4s
  • Balcones Heights - 1m 5.4s
  • Castle Hills - 1m 10.1s
  • JBSA Lackland - 0m 8.9s
The path of totality for the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse through the San Antonio Metro Area (Copyright 2023 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

KENDALL COUNTY (All of Kendall County will be in path of totality)

  • Comfort - 4m 10.8s
  • Sisterdale - 3m 56.1s
  • Boerne - 3m 34s
  • Kendalia - 3m 31.5s
  • Bergheim - 3m 14.8s

COMAL COUNTY (Only a part of Comal County will be in path of totality)

  • Spring Branch - 2m 59.1s
  • Bulverde - 2m 25.9s
  • Canyon Lake - 2m 11.9s
  • Startzville - 2m 4s
  • New Braunfels is NOT in the path of totality. Will still see a partial eclipse.

MEDINA COUNTY (Most of Medina County will be in path of totality)

  • D’Hanis - 3m 39.3s
  • Hondo - 3m 22s
  • Mico - 3m 21.2s
  • Rio Medina - 2m 51.1s
  • Castroville - 2m 25.8s
  • Devine - 0m 39s

ATASCOSA COUNTY (Most of Atascosa County is NOT in path of totality)

  • Lytle - 0m 27.9s

GUADALUPE COUNTY

  • None of Guadalupe County is in the path of totality. A partial eclipse will still be visible

WILSON COUNTY

  • None of Wilson County is in the path of totality. A partial eclipse will still be visible

HILL COUNTRY

The path of totality for the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse through the Texas Hill Country (Copyright 2023 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

KERR COUNTY (All of Kerr County will be in path of totality)

  • Ingram - 4m 25.7s
  • Kerrville - 4m 24.4s
  • Mountain Home - 4m 21.5s

BANDERA COUNTY (All of Bandera County will be in path of totality)

  • Lost Maples State Natural Area - 4m 25.9s
  • Medina - 4m 19.5s
  • Bandera - 4m 3.8s
  • Lakehills - 3m 34.5s

REAL COUNTY (All of Real County will be in path of totality)

  • Leakey - 4m 24.8s
  • Camp Wood - 4m 18.7s

EDWARDS COUNTY (Most of Edwards County will be in path of totality)

  • Barksdale - 4m 14.3s
  • Rocksprings - 3m 23.3s
  • Carta Valley - 2m 35.8s

UVALDE COUNTY (All of Uvalde County will be in path of totality)

  • Garner State Park - 4 m 26.1s
  • Concan - 4m 24.4s
  • Uvalde - 4m 15.1s
  • Sabinal - 3m 59.4s

SOUTH TEXAS PLAINS

The path of totality for the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse through the South Texas Plains (Copyright 2023 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

VAL VERDE COUNTY (Only part of Val Verde County will be in path of totality)

  • Del Rio - 3m 25s
  • Loma Alta - 0m 54.6s

KINNEY COUNTY (All of Kinney County will be in path of totality)

  • Spofford - 4m 23.9s
  • Brackettville - 4m 18s

MAVERICK COUNTY (All of Maverick County will be in path of totality)

  • Quemado - 4m 24.9s
  • Eagle Pass - 4m 23.6s
  • El Indio - 3m 58.6s

ZAVALA COUNTY (Most of Zavala County will be in path of totality)

  • La Pryor - 3m 57.7s
  • Crystal City - 3m 16.5s

DIMMIT COUNTY (About half of Dimmit County will be in path of totality)

  • Carrizo Springs - 2m 48.9s

FRIO COUNTY (About half of Dimmit County will be in path of totality)

  • Frio Town - 2m 42.2s
  • Moore - 0m 53.3s

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