People will be able to see a total lunar eclipse and moon of blood in the county at night on Sunday and Monday mornings.
The phenomenon will occur overnight at Monday and will be visible throughout the United Kingdom.
The moon will begin to enter the shadow of the land just after 2:30 a.m. and the maximum eclipse will happen just before 5.15 a.m.
The total eclipse will last more than five hours and end at 7.48.
Experts say optimal viewing time will be between 4.41 and 5.43 hours and that this is the period of totality, where the moon resides completely in the shadow of the earth (full shadow) and will appear red, when it's called a blood moon.
However, it is expected that on Sunday and Monday it will be cloudy during the night, so that the lunar eclipse view may be obscured by clouds at some points during the night.