If you were waiting to catch a Super Moon in 2020, tonight is your last chance.

According to Weather.Com, tonight's Super Flower Moon is the last Super Moon of the year. If you ever want to break down the meaning or history of a Super Moon, I suggest taking a look at The Old Farmers Almanac.

The Farmers Almanac explains that the Flower Moon is called the Flower Moon because the Native Americans and Colonists believed that "The May full Moon marked a time of increasing fertility, with temperatures warm enough for safely bearing young, a near end to late frosts, and plants in bloom."

If you're trying to get a glimpse of the final super moon the Almanac says it was at it's peak this Thursday morning at 6:45 am. However, it will still big and bright Thursday night.

The weather doesn't look like it will be cooperating with us tonight. Hudson Valley Weather is reporting that it will be cloudy with showers likely and a low near 45.
The next super moons won't be seen until April 26th and May 26th of 2021.

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