You can expect nothing but clear skies while viewing the Super Blood Wolf Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in Toronto Sunday evening.
According to Environment Canada, Sunday’s overnight weather will be a cold -21°C, but skies will be clear during the eclipse.
On Sunday, January 20, almost exactly one year after the sighting of a Super Blue Moon lunar eclipse, Canadians will be treated to a full wolf moon creating a total lunar eclipse.
According to The Weather Network, since the moon will be “very near perigee – its closest distance to Earth” it will be a Super Blood Wolf Moon Total Lunar Eclipse.
And no, we didn’t make that name up.
The eclipse is expected to last a total of five hours and 12 minutes, with the total eclipse lasting for an hour and two minutes.
In Toronto, the total lunar eclipse will begin at 11:41 pm EST.
The next total lunar eclipse that’s positioned over North America won’t be until May of 2022.
So keep this Sunday in mind — you’ll want to have a clear view of the sky and a camera ready when the day comes.