The pre-dawn hours of January 31 will play host to an incredibly rare celestial convergence -- a "super blue blood moon."
If you're up early & hoping to see that crazy moon thing....go West, young man.
1st off, clouds are going to be tough to overcome for our region.
2nd, most can't really "see" a super moon. Also, the moon will not be blue.
3rd, the lunar eclipse will be best seen in the West. pic.twitter.com/maJjVi03Ua
— ⚡JD Rudd - News5 (@jdrudd) January 31, 2018
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