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Shawn Crowe stands beside the weather station he has set up near his home on Wildcat Road in Tyrone. A meteorologist with Central Kentucky Weather, Crowe said he’s excited to see what happens to temperatures and animals during the eclipse.
‘It’s going to be really cool’

While the rest of America gazes at the sky for what is being billed as the best solar eclipse in a century, one Tyrone resident will have his eyes trained on something a bit more technical.

Shawn Crowe, a meteorologist with Central Kentucky Weather, has a fully functional weather station at his home on Wildcat Road, and it’s fair to say he’s excited to see the moon blot out all but 4 percent of the sun that afternoon.