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Round Rock Public Library in Round Rock, Texas, used disco balls to project the annular eclipse of October 2023, and recommends people try it for themselves on Monday. This one projected images across the garden, through the windows and onto the walls and ceiling of the 2nd floor. Andrea Warkentin hide caption

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Storms moving across the United States will make it hard for eclipse chasers to get a clear view of totality — the moment when the moon fully blocks the sun, creating a brilliant crown-like effect. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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RV traffic sits at a standstill along a two-lane road near Madras, Ore., a few days before the 2017 total solar eclipse. Experts say traffic could be heavy, but eclipse watchers shouldn't necessarily be deterred. AFP Contributor/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A woman views the solar eclipse in the first phase of a total eclipse in Grand Teton National Park on August 21, 2017 outside Jackson, Wyoming. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Trucks with cherry pickers help repair damaged power lines, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, in Chatham, Mass. An April nor'easter is expected to bring one foot of snow to some places in New England. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Mikey Reynolds, an employee at The Works on Main Street in Brattleboro, Vt., shovels the sidewalk in front of the restaurant as a person who is facing homelessness sleeps in a door entryway while seeking refuge from the snow storm on Saturday, March 23, 2024. Kristopher Radder/AP hide caption

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Warehouse workers often labor in extremely hot conditions in California, as do many others who work indoors. The state has been considering new rules to protect them when temperatures soar to dangerous levels, but political headwinds have left the rules in limbo. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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The scraggly cherry blossom tree known as Stumpy on March 15 in Washington, D.C. At high tide, the base of the tree's trunk is inundated with several inches of water. Jacob Fenston hide caption

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So long, Stumpy. More than 150 of D.C.'s cherry trees have to go as water rises

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In this image provided by Jeremy Crabtree, large chunks of hail are shown Wednesday night, in Shawnee, Kan. Volatile weather honed in on parts of Kansas and Missouri, with some storms dumping massive chunks of hail. Jeremy Crabtree via AP hide caption

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Juan Manuel plows snow off a sidewalk in downtown Truckee, Calif., on Friday. The most powerful Pacific storm of the season is forecast to bring up to 10 feet of snow into the Sierra Nevada by the weekend. Andy Barron/AP hide caption

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Hurricane Irene caused enormous damage in New York state, flooding homes like this one in Prattsville, NY, in 2011. Major weather events like Irene send people to the hospital and can even contribute to deaths for weeks after the storms. Monika Graff/Getty Images hide caption

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Boosted by a powerful jet stream over the Washington, D.C., area on Saturday night, a Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 passenger flight arrived at London's Heathrow Airport 45 minutes ahead of schedule. A similar aircraft is seen in 2017, at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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