Areas of snow will come to an end overnight, these generally light amounts should not have a big impact on your Monday morning commute. The cold will continue to be an issue through the morning with lows dropping to the teens and single digits overnight. Head over to the "Weather" tab for more.
Get ready for the moon to turn a shade of crimson, in the first total lunar eclipse in three years.
Earth's shadow will begin moving across the moon at 1:18 pm today. The total eclipse occurs at 3:44 pm, and lasts more than an hour.
Sunlight still reaches the moon during a total eclipse, but is refracted through Earth's atmosphere, casting an eerie reddish light.
Nearly every continent will have at least a partial view.
But people in the eastern parts of North and South America will find the eclipse already in progress by the time the moon rises.
And east Asia will see the eclipse cut short by moonset.
Europe, Africa and the Middle East will have the best view.
There'll be another total lunar eclipse on August 28th.