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There are high volumes of traffic headed into Dayton, Tenn., this morning as people try to get settled and view the total solar eclipse.
Traffic heading into Dayton on US-27 is at a standstill.
Dayton is one of the southeast Tennessee cities in the path of totality.
The eclipse is expected to begin in Dayton at 2:31:45.5 p.m. and last for two minutes and 21 seconds.