What NASA called, "The most interesting eclipse of the year" happened early Sunday morning.
NASA said the overall event is a rare hybrid eclipse, meaning the eclipse first appeared as a ring of fire before changing into a full eclipse.
It was only visible on the East Coast for a short period of time during sunrise, around 6:30 a.m., where it appeared as a partial solar eclipse looking like a half or three-quarter moon.
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Parts of southwest and central Ohio are seeing snow as more wintry weather hits areas that earlier got a mix of rain and sleet.
With temperatures in the mid to upper-fifties Wednesday, NewsChannel5 forecasters warned that this was the last day this week to get outside chores done before another chill sets in.