The moon covered about one-third of the sun as it was setting at about 5:40 p.m. ET.
Generally, the eclipse will be greater (cover more of the sun) the further west and further north a viewer is.
While this was only a partial eclipse, it was just as dangerous to look at as a total eclipse — the brightness of the sun can cause severe damage to the retina of your eye. Using binoculars or a telescope is even more hazardous, unless they are equipped with special eclipse filters.