11/7 – Brittany’s “Total Lunar Eclipse” Monday Evening Forecast
Not too bad of a start for the new work week. The uncharacteristically warm temperatures continue and while most of us have been dry, a few locations have actually seen some relief in the form of rain. The rain won’t stick around for this evening though. Tonight, we can expect rain free conditions with just a few clouds in the sky which hopefully will provide for prime viewing conditions for the tonight’s total lunar eclipse. This will be the last total lunar eclipse we’ll see for the next three years. The best viewing time will be between 4:16am and 5:41am.
Heading into tomorrow, we’ll be warm yet again, maxing out about 14 degrees above the seasonal norm. By mid week though, a cooler and drier air mass will make its way into our area which will provide for cooler, closer to norm temperatures. The next cold front will make its way through our area late Friday into early Saturday which will provide for a complete pattern flip and colder than norm temps.