Weather Talk: Will Marylanders be able to see the total lunar eclipse?

Many more people will be paying attention to election results Tuesday night instead of the sky. WBAL-TV Weather meteorologist Tony Pann explains why you might want to take a peek outside for a total lunar eclipse. Totality (the point at which the moon turns red/orange in color) starts around 5:16 a.m. and ends around 6:41 a.m. However, sunrise in Maryland is at 6:42 a.m., so it should look great in the glow of sunrise. The weather early Tuesday morning will be mostly clear and chilly in the Baltimore metropolitan area with temperatures in the 40s. The next total lunar eclipse that will be visible in Maryland won't be until March 14, 2025.