Early risers in New Jersey tomorrow (Wednesday) morning may be treated to an early Halloween show from a "Blood Moon" lunar eclipse.

The Earth will be between the sun and the moon and it's shadow on the moon will create the lunar eclipse  and give the moon a distinctive reddish look. The blood moon will be visible on both coasts, and at the Jersey Shore, and along the majority of the East Coast,  we have a relatively good shot at a decent view of it.

The forecast may not cooperate however, with the possibility of clouds and lingering showers. The eclipse is expected to occur between 5:15 and 6:45am tomorrow morning, according to accuweather.com.

NASA says the next lunar eclipse will take place April 4th 2015, according to abcnews.go.com.