If the clouds part long enough Wednesday morning then you will be in for a treat in the sky.
David Shepherd, from the observatory at Fort William Historical Park, says the moon should be a real sight to see.
"We have a super moon which will mean that the moon is very very close to the earth. As well we have a blue moon which is the second full moon in one month as well a total lunar eclipse at the same time."
The special moon view will be visible for a couple of hours Wednesday morning starting at 6:30.