It'll not happen for another 475 years. A rare total lunar eclipse in conjunction with the Winter Solstice. The weather is the only factor that will likely hurt our chances of seeing this celestial event. Low clouds and even some coastal sea fog will hide the eclipse from view. A few folks inland might sneak a peak before the clouds role in, but most coastal residents, it'll be a bust.
Microcast Cloud Forecast . . .
December Heat Records Could Fall
On The First Day Of Winter
But grab your warmest coats and jackets this holiday weekend because the temperatures will be falling just in time for Christmas Eve.