The super blue blood moon is coming soon. We need to know when watch and what to watch for.

According to some info I found at WestKentuckyStar.com, those of us in the Ohio Valley will be able to get a good look at the lunar eclipse between 6AM and 6:59AM.

We get one of these when there are two full moons in the same month. It last happened in 1982 and it won't again until 2037.

This National Weather Service info-graphic shows what will happen:

National Weather Service

Beginning at 4:30AM, NASA will air a live feed of the moon throughout the duration of the eclipse.

And it looks like the Eyewitness News team of meteorologists is calling for a good view.