We'll let this article speak for itself and the backstory of the guy who convinced a commercial airline to change a flight departure time so that he could have a better view of a solar eclipse event (in 2016!).
Skyclock just wants to give props to the unadulterated excitement, enthusiasm, and joy this guy brings as he narrates the event, throwing exclamation points with every word. It's charming and endearing.
Here is an image that explains some of those terms.
It's eclipse day! The forecast for Columbus, Ohio (where we will experience 86% occlusion) is mixed. We might see it, might not. The main eclipse event (here) will be from about 1-4, with the main eclipse event at about 2:30.
The Skyclock app shows us that the Sun will be highest in the sky today at 1:35 at 62 degrees of elevation.
NASA has a great website for everything eclipse related, and an ongoing webcast, and observations from the International Space Station. Check it out!