Millions of Americans got the chance to see an event of a lifetime on August 21, 2017 including thousands of people in Idaho. Check out this dash cam video of the Lemhi Mountain range go dark as the moon shadow passes over
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Idaho roads were not designed for the kind of heavy traffic that is expected over the next several days – but that is exactly what they’ll experience leading up to and after Monday’s solar eclipse.
If you’re not able to visit the solar eclipse’s path of totality on Monday, don’t fret too much. If you live in south-central Idaho, chances are you’ll be able to catch a pretty glimpse of the solar event.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) The total solar eclipse is expected to draw thousands of people to gaze at the sky in just a week, however steps need to be taken to be sure not to permanently damage your eyes by using proper eye-wear.
If you’re planning to rent your property for the upcoming solar eclipse, you need to collect the Idaho sales and lodging taxes that apply – even if the rental is for one day only, according to the Idaho State Tax Commission.