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A Full Moon rising over the Cleveland skyline

Largest Super Full Moon in 68 Years

The Full Moon on Monday, November 14, 2016 is a Supermoon, meaning that the Moon is around its closest point to Earth; this point is called perigee. In fact, the Full Moon hasn't been this close to Earth since January 1948, making this Supermoon appear up to 14% larger and 30% brighter than its counterpart, the Micromoon.

What Is a Supermoon?

The Super Full Moon in Your Location

Even if you can't see the precise moment the Moon reaches the Full Moon phase in your night sky, don't worry, it will still look big and bright the night before and after.

Graph showing yearly weather averages

New Weather Service: Climate and Averages

If you wonder which month was the hottest, coldest, wettest, or windiest, check out our brand new climate pages. The averages have been gathered from weather stations in several thousand locations worldwide.

Current weather, forecast, and past weather in your city
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