If we have clouds in the Bitterroot Valley during the lunar eclipse Tuesday morning, try this website at University of North Dakota.

The lunar eclipse will begin after midnight with an orange moon in the sky about an hour or so later.

The color of the moon comes from the sunlight shining through the Earth's atmosphere. The more crud (I'm sure that's a legitimate scientific term) in the atmosphere - the more intense red color. Experts are expecting more of an orange color than red for the April 15 event.