If you missed the first opportunity this year to catch Manhattanhenge, tonight's appearance may not be the optimal second chance.
Storm Team 4 says clouds and a decent chance of rain showers will dampen the Instagram-able celestial display.
If you’re wondering what exactly Manhattanhenge is, it is a solar phenomenon that happens twice a year when the sun aligns perfectly with the midtown Manhattan street grid.
The infrequent event prompts New Yorkers to flood the streets to catch a glimpse and photograph the one-of-a-kind Big Apple sunset.
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The best area to witness Manhattanhenge is along wide and clear cross streets in Manhattan, including:
- 14th Street
- 23rd Street
- 34th Street
- 42nd Street
- 57th Street