This is the Sunshine State, so it’s fitting that some of the sun will still be shining in Florida during Monday’s solar eclipse. Here in South Florida, we’ll see a partial solar eclipse, with about 80 percent of the sun covered. The partial eclipse will be visible from about 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The peak of the eclipse, or the time when the most amount of sun will be covered, will happen just before 3 p.m. It still will be broad daylight here even though much of the sun will be hiding behind the moon, according to Eric Vandernoot, astronomy and physics lab coordinator at Florida Atlantic University.