It will not be very visible to the nothern hemisphere.
Still, something to look out for
There are some great tips on making a "shoebox pinehole camera" in order to View the eclipse too!
A solar eclipse will obscure part of the sun this weekend, as the moon passes between Earth and our nearest star.
The eclipse will occur in the afternoon and early evening on Sunday (May 20). At its peak, the moon will block roughly 94 percent of the sun's light. The so-called annular solar eclipse will not completely cover the sun, but will produce a spectacular "ring of fire" in the sky for well-placed observers. ("Annulus" is the Latin word for "little ring.")