Officials now say Wayne County can expect to see its population double during the upcoming total solar eclipse.  According to the Wayne County Emergency Management Agency, the reason for the large amount of people coming to the area is that Wayne County sits along the path of totality for the April 8th eclipse, which will be the first of its kind in Ohio since 1806.  The emergency management agency has already formed an eclipse planning team to help manage the expected crowds. The planning team is urging people to stay home that day if traveling isn’t necessary and to wear proper eye protection if looking directly at the eclipse.