As if coping with the "fall back" syndrome of Daylight Saving Time ending Sunday weren't enough.
For skywatchers, there's a unique event -- a hybrid solar eclipse. It might be visible in the skies over Gwinnett County early Sunday (Nov. 3). It's scheduled to begin about 6:45 a.m., according to media reports.
The Slooh virtual observatory plans to broadcast video feeds from telescopes in Gabon, Kenya and the Canary Islands. (See attached video also).
A warning from nbcnews.com:
For East Coasters and others in the partial-eclipse zone, here's the important thing: Don't gaze at the sun without proper eye protection. Trying to see a partial solar eclipse with unprotected eyes will just lead to vision problems.