Yes, April 8, 2024. This will be a very big deal, twice as long totality as 2017 and crossing larger population centers in the U.S. However weather is likely a challenge over most of the U.S. path, which is why we are going to Mexico. Exhaustive weather analysis here. While 99% of visitors will view from the beach at Mazatlan, we are renting a car with tentative plans to drive to 8,800 feet altitude near El Salto. The car also gives us the option to drive over those mountains to Durango if there are weather issues.I'm guessing the April trip to a non snow destination is eclipse orientated?
Fortunately in the current era there are no January/February total solar eclipses. This year and last year are in April and the prior two were in December. 2015 and 2016 were in March but the Iceland trip in 2015 contributed to rather than detracted from ski season. For each Saros series, the eclipse date 18 years later advances by 10/11 days, example our first Aug. 11, 1999 in Hungary/Turkey and the U.S. eclipse Aug. 21, 2017.