Full Supermoon Tonight

Tonight is the last full moon of the year and also is a “Supermoon”.

The moon will appear bigger and brighter tonight….for those able to see it.

By around midnight, a warm front will be draped in southern Minnesota. That means eastern Iowa will be located in the warm sector ahead of a cold front. Scattered showers with an isolated thunderstorm track through tonight and that chance continues into Monday morning.

If you are looking to view the Supermoon tonight, it looks like you’ll have to travel. Good news? The next Supermoon comes in January 2018 so there isn’t too much wait time between events.


Posted under Astronomy, Forecast Discussion

This post was written by Rachael Peart on December 3, 2017

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