This Weekend Watch the Sky
The power of three. Three good things in a row are almost unheard of in life, but apparently happen to some. Three bad things in a row come too often, thus we're more familiar with this theory. And when you have a win and a loss, sometimes three breaks the tie. I hope it goes your way.
Apparently this weekend, February 10 & 11, we have a power of three to occur in the sky.
First, a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, which happens at full moon, when the sun, earth, and moon line up in that order. The eclipse is subtle, where the moon shades darker. From what I've seen in pictures, it's not that impressive to look at and may miss the phenomenon all together because it's so subtle.
Second, is the full moon itself, called a snow moon. Apparently, February is the month when the U.S. receives the most snow.
Third, once the eclipse is over, stay tuned for Comet45P, which can be seen from earth through February, depending on your location and weather.
End of the world type stuff - no - not even close. To all going through three bad things in a row - sorry - I hope things turn for the better.