Viewing conditions for this evening’s “super blood wolf moon eclipse” will be good, since the skies will have cleared, if you can withstand the frigid conditions. Our high temperature appears to have already been reached today. I expect the 59 degree high recorded at my weather station to plummet this afternoon to near freezing by sundown.
For those who wish to bear the windy and cold weather the lunar eclipse begins at 9:46 PM tonight and totality will end at 12:43 AM early tomorrow morning. Temperatures will continue to fall to the low teens, or perhaps even lower, by sunrise tomorrow. Wind chills will be quite low.