99.9% of the state of Iowa will only see a partial eclipse of the Sun. But when you travel to the southwestern tip of Fremont County, you will be able to see a total eclipse of the Sun. The closest town to seeing totality in this county is Hamburg. Totality will last approximately 34 seconds near the state line.
The eclipse at this geographical location will begin at 10:39 am. Totality will start at 1:04:58 pm. Maximum will occur at 1:05:15 pm. End of totality will be at 1:05:32 pm. The partial phase will end at 2:32 pm.
A short total eclipse of the Sun for sure, but it may be worth a trip to get a photograph of totality along with the mountains!
Please visit my eclipse website at shadowandsubstance.com/2017/2017e.html . Thank you!