Earthlings are about to be treated to a total lunar eclipse, just in time for Halloween. For more than an hour tonight, the moon will be covered entirely by Earth`s shadow and resemble a glowing pumpkin. But people in Arkansas may miss the show. The forecast for this evening calls for mostly cloudy skies. The National Weather Service says there may be breaks in the clouds in some places. With the Earth passing directly between the sun and the moon, the only light hitting the full moon will be from the home planet`s sunrises and sunsets, thus the orange and red hue. The eclipse will begin at 8:14 p.m., Central time. The next total eclipse of the moon will not be until March 2007.