Here's the Weather Forecast for the Super Blood Wolf Moon of 2019 Tonight!

Space.com | 1/20/2019 | Staff
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It's time for the total lunar eclipse of 2019 and if you're hoping to catch the amazing event, you better check your weather first. The National Weather Forecast for the lunar eclipse tonight (Jan. 20) is basically a coin toss for depending upon where you plan to be.

It appears that about half of the United States will have clear skies which will provide a good backdrop for observing tonight's total lunar eclipse. For the rest of the nation, cloudiness will vary in degree from providing occasional views of the darkening moon to in other cases a complete shutout from viewing the sky show. Check out the weather map below to see what your conditions might be like. If bad weather prevents a live view, you can watch webcasts of the Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse online. One webcast from Slooh.com will be simulcast on Space.com beginning at 10:30 p.m. EST (0330 GMT).

Weather - Map - Conditions - Weather - United

This weather map shows viewing conditions based on weather for the United States for the Super Blood Wolf Moon of Jan. 20-21, 2019. Green regions depict good weather forecasts. Yellow is fair while orange denotes likely poor visibility.

In the Eastern U.S., a major winter storm will be spinning just off the New England coast. Widespread cloudiness associated with this system will cover much of central and northern New England, as well upstate New York and parts of the Great Ohio Valley and the eastern Great Lakes.

Sky - Telescope - Map - Visibility - Region

This Sky & Telescope map shows the visibility region for the total lunar eclipse of Jan. 20-21, 2019.

One drawback for eclipse watchers in the Middle Atlantic and Northeast States will be the blustery, bitter winds and extreme cold that will be settling in behind the New England storm. In many locations at eclipse time the ambient air temperatures will be falling rapidly through...
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