Clouds & Rain Will Obscure Sat. April 4, 2015 ‘Blood Red’ Lunar Eclipse In New Hampshire.

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by Anura Guruge

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Basically a bad repetition of what happened to us in New Hampshire in October 2014 when we had the last ‘Blood Red‘ moon. We had a bad storm.

Saturday, April 4, 2015 (my daughter Danielle’s birthday) will be cloudy and rainy for much of the day — with the rain forecast to end around noon. But that will be way too late for us to see the eclipse. The eclipse, which will only last 4 minutes and 43 seconds for U.S. Eastern Seaboard viewers, starts at 6:16 AM Eastern time.

98% chance that we will have rain and clouds around that time. Shame.


Click to ENLARGE and read. From for Alton, N.H.


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But there is GOOD News.

Do not despair.

There will be another ‘Blood Red’ Lunar Eclipse, in New Hampshire,
on September 28, 2015.

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