Mark next Tuesday April 15th for two major events. Not only are your taxes due, but New England will be experiencing a lunar eclipse as well. Not that I pay too much attention to this stuff, but as I recall the last couple of times we've had an eclipse it really hasn't amounted to much. According to space.com, the eclipse will affect the entire western hemisphere and will be visible during the overnight hours of April 14, and 15.

Meteorologist Rob Carolan's extended forecast says Monday should be sunny with a high near 70, so conditions should be good to view the eclipse if all holds true. Now, back to my taxes!