SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – As cities and counties across the Bay Area are canceling their Fourth of July fireworks displays, the Lunar eclipse scheduled for tonight is still on!

The night sky has planned a penumbral eclipse of the moon Saturday night.

The celestial display will be visible at 9:29 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, as the Earth casts its shadow over about a third of the moon’s face.

Penumbral eclipses are more subtle than ‘total’ or ‘partial’ eclipses that obscure the moon, and harder to see, according to This one will last about 3 hours.

The KPIX 5 weather forecast Saturday night is for clear skies.