Scott Olson

The coming solar eclipse isn't until Monday, but traffic in parts of central Oregon, which is right in the path of totality, were already at a standstill Wednesday. The Ochoco National Forest tweeted this photo:

A video from one central Oregon resident also shows a seemingly unending line of eclipse-chasers stuck in traffic on Wednesday at 11 AM.

Looks fun! If you're heading into the path of totality, maybe bring a few diapers for a drive. And if you're staying in Seattle, check out local eclipse-viewing parties here. No traffic!