2017 Eclipse Information for South Carolina
At 2:36:02pm, the shadow of the 2017 total eclipse first touches the final state in its path. Greenville is a very large city and will be fully in shadow by 2:38pm. Greenwood (2m28s at 2:39) is next on the list of bigger cities to see totality, and then Columbia is treated about two minutes later. Sumter lies in the path, as do big, beautiful lakes Marion and Moutrie - right on the centerline! The last large city to see the 2017 eclipse will be Charleston.
The centerline then cuts across US17, just south of the last city to see the shadow - McClellanville, SC. From there, the shadow will take its leave of the last piece of American soil at 2:49:07.4pm.
And that's it. From there, the shadow continues on, out over the Atlantic Ocean, not to touch any more land before deftly lifting off the earth's surface near Africa.
Below shows the cities with their duration of totality: