On the night of Monday, the sky will be lit by the largest, most vivid supermon of the year.
Supermun is when the Moon is greater because it is at a closer point in its orbit to Earth; Technically there is one monthly (with the time when the month is the most distant), but only when this distance is the full moon we give it a nickname to describe how big and bright it looks.
Super Snow Moon "(so called to occur in the coldest season of the year) is not fully up to 7:53 in the morning on Tuesday morning, but full moon looks best at dusk and dawn, and perigee is the time when the moon closer ̵
So, the best time to catch the Super Snow Moon is around 1 o'clock in the morning on Tuesday morning. But your first chance to see the supermoon will be Monday at around 4:49 pm when more than the usual moon will grow – that is, assuming that the weather in Seattle Metro is clear enough. But only last month, clouds allowed the residents of Washington to get the peak of the astronomical trieffes "Super Wave Moon"
Currently, the forecast for the Seattle area is partially cloudy during the day and evening on Monday. 19659004] On Tuesday, that the forecast gets a lot of cloudier, and even a chance for grassroots snow, according to the National Weather Service, which means that the last chance to see the Super Snow Moon, when it rises again Tuesday evening at around 6:02 pm, may be small.
But if we do not miss this, do not worry too much: March 20 will bring a new supermon (duplicated, depending on where you are, "Worm Moon", "Sap-Moon" or "Moon of the Raven") , both of which coincide with the beginning of the spring and will become the third and last peak in 2019.