It may be worth staying up past bedtime Sunday night, January 20, because the night sky will feature an unusual display. It’s called a “super blood moon eclipse.” Check out Marcus Schneck’s article on Advance Local Media’s Penn Live page for a sample photo, description, and timing details.
Penn Live Article Link.
While the skies are forecast to clear by then, the dress code for this event is thermal and wool with no exposed skin, because the temperatures are expected to range between 5 and 11 degrees Fahrenheit. Super bloody cold!