The supermoon, when the moon is full and at perigee (closest to the earth) on November 14th will bring the moon closest to earth than it has been in nearly 70 years.
The moon will be officially full on Monday after sunrise, but Sunday and Monday night should make for great viewing of this rare event.
A moon can be identified as a “supermoon” if it is up to 14 percent bigger and appears 30 percent brighter when it is at its farthest point in orbit.
Viewing the supermoon the next couple of nights should be great in most places across the us with plenty of clear skies.
Sunday Evening Forecast
Monday evening forecast