Lunar Eclipse Coming This Sunday!

A total eclipse of the moon will happen Sunday night. During a total lunar eclipse, the sun, Earth and moon form a line in space. Earth’s shadow falls on the face of the moon, often giving the moon a reddish tint during the total eclipse period. No special equipment is needed, but of course the weather has to cooperate. Below is a nice animation of what the total lunar eclipse will look like. It will be visible across much of North America and all of South America after sunset Sunday night. Sunday’s supermoon eclipse will last 1 hour and 11…

Sunday Science Tidbit; Dewpoints vs Relative Humidity

Humid conditions are nothing new in Eastern North Carolina. Meteorologists tend to show dew points instead of relative humidity graphic to s…