The eclipse will be full over parts of the Atlantic Ocean and Africa. It will look closest to full over Atlanta and Pittsburgh.
In NASA's Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses, the space agency says there will be a total of 11,898 solar eclipses in the period that started in 1999 BCE and will go through the year 3000 CE. Just 569 of those are hybrid eclipses.
Sunday's eclipse will end with a sunset total eclipse over Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia.
If you decide to catch the eclipse, make sure to wear proper eye protection. Sunglasses aren't sufficient; a safer approach is to use solar eclipse viewing glasses.
A safer bet might be to watch the Slooh Space Camera's live stream from Kenya, positioned so that it can see the full eclipse.