The incredible weather and clear skies this week in the area will make for excellent viewing of a rare occurrence this Sunday night. Here's what will happen.

 

The Midwest and Stateline area will be in a prime location to witness a rare Super Moon and Lunar Eclipse this Sunday night, September 27. Right around 8:07 p.m. Central, our 'Harvest Moon' will be at it's closest position to earth and according to AccuWeather.com "appear up to 14% larger" to the naked eye. A 'Harvest Moon' is the first full moon of the Autumn season.

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The Lunar Eclipse will shade the Moon and create a special viewing experience to enjoy. According to AccuWeather.com, "this won't happen again for another 18 years".

Enjoy and you can tease your friends with the line, "Look! Up in the sky?" all you want this Sunday night.