This morning, during my commute, the sun shimmered behind a gray scrim of clouds. It was a white, almost silvery sphere that almost like the moon.
Then, as it drifted across the sky and, in the opposite direction, a curtain of grey clouds crept across its face, it seemed more like the moon.
This "eclipse", like a "real" one, ended not long after it began. But it left the sky grayer and the sun dimmer, at times almost invisible.
Still, it made for a very easy last leg of my commute: A slight, cool breeze tickled my back and the sun wasn't beating down on me.