Well, supposedly an ~80-85% solar eclipse is passing over this part of Europe, but the sky is too clouded around here to even get an idea it is happening. I was out in the open twenty minutes ago and had a fairly good view to the east, but there was no perceptible dip in the lighting factor. Not a big surprise actually - there was a 60% partial eclipse around here a couple of years ago and that one I managed to get to see without too much cloudiness, but the lunar shadow covering that much of the sun doesn't diminish the amount of overall light in any way. Gazing from the side, I could only just make out that the disk of the sun was getting "cut into" a bit, but the covered bit essentially looked like part of the sky behind it: all blue to grey. Nothing near the stuff you'd see in a taping of a real, total eclipse.