Daylight savings time was Sunday, and that might mean the sun will set later, but you’ll definitely want to be looking out for the moon tonight.
Tonight will be the 2nd Supermoon of the year. This moon is known as the “warm moon.”
If you’re not sure what a Supermoon is, it basically means that the moon tonight will look about 14% bigger, and 30% brighter than normal as it reaches its closest point to Earth.
In the Americas, the Moon will appear brightest in the early part of the night, so make sure you’re paying attention tonight, and look up in the sky.