Clouds & Rain Will Further Obscure ‘Blood Red’ Moon Lunar Eclipse Over New Hampshire On October 8, 2014.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.


Anura Guruge

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Next ‘Blood Red’ Moon Lunar Eclipse on April 4, 2015.

I wrote about the October 8, 2014 lunar eclipse in April
when it first started making the news.

What I had noticed at the time was that the eclipse would take place ~7:24 am.

Sunrise on October 8, 2014 will be at 6:49 am.

That alone could have been a damper. 

The moon according to my charts would already have set, below the horizon, by then!
But you might see some shadow across the moon prior to 6:30 am.

(But I could be wrong on that and on the moon set time.)

Now, however, I discover that we will likely have THUNDERSTORMS in the morning!

That definitely will put paid to visibility.

Again I hope I am wrong.


From ‘weather underground’ for Alton, N.H. I like these folks. They are pretty good. Click to access their Alton, N.H. page. You can put in whatever town you like.

If kids want to try and see it, by all means encourage them. Explain the weather.
But let them go out and look around. That alone is good.