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It is the first Blue Moon total eclipse in 150 years in America.
The eclipse in Ohio begins at 6:48 a.m. Wednesday.
You’ll have to be up high with a good view of the western horizon to see the eclipse when it is total, as the moon will be setting as the eclipse reaches totality.
Those in the western United States will be able to view the full eclipse. But don’t let the setting moon stop you from getting to see a good part of the eclipse. It still should be a neat sight early in the morning if skies are clear and it is not too cold.
If you happen to get some great pictures of the coming super blue blood moon, send them my way!
Eric Elwell is WHIO StormCenter 7 Chief Meteorologist. Contact him at email@example.com or follow him on Facebook and Twitter.