Rare 'Super Blue Blood Moon' may be visible Wednesday morning


A rare treat may be visible for viewing on Wednesday morning.

The 'Super Blue Blood Moon' occurs only once every 256 years.

At about 5:48 a.m., you'll want to look towards to western horizon as the partial eclipse begins.

Cloud cover may be possible; however, there is a significant chance we'll be able to see it.

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