First of Four "Blood Moon" Lunar Eclipses Occurs Tuesday Morning
We might have to content with some clouds tomorrow morning, you might still catch a rare, total lunar eclipse.
The "blood moon" as it's commonly called will begin approximately at 2 a.m., rather than appearing completely dark, the moon will glow red as sunlight passes through the earth's atmosphere.
A live stream of the eclipse will be displayed on this NASA page
during the event.
If you miss it tonight, the eclipse is the first of four that will happen during the next two years.