However, it may be tough to spot the streaking meteorites, since the waning gibbous moon will still be high and bright in the sky.
If the moon appears to be unusually large Saturday night, that’s because it is.
The biggest and brightest full moon of the year will arrive tonight as Earth’s celestial neighbor passes closer to Earth than usual. The moon will pass about 15,000 miles closer to Earth than average. It’s being called the supermoon.
As the Tri-State preps for the Supermoon, residents can also prep for the first day of spring.