A lunar eclipse will take place on Sunday night offering a treat to Canadians if the skies are clear.
From a weather perspective, the eclipse should be viewable to most people across the country. The notable exception will be, Quebec, Ontario, and coastal British Columbia.
You can check out the forecast for tonight here.
The last total lunar eclipse happened about a year ago.
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What is a lunar eclipse?
A lunar eclipse is a celestial event that occurs when the Moon moves into the Earth's shadow. It can only happen during a full moon when the moon is near either lunar node.