Despite a cloudy night and falling snow, if you were looking outside just after 3 a.m., you could have seen the total lunar eclipse turn the moon red on Tuesday.
The Elkhart Truth's videographer captured the so-called blood moon around 4:08 a.m. on the north side of Elkhart. While it was very cloudy for most of the morning, a break in the clouds allowed her to capture the photograph you see above.
Did you see the blood moon last night? Share your pictures in the comments below.