Watch out for the Supermoon tonight

A lot happening (as Brian Keats predicted this month) in a weather and planetary sense at the moment. He’d alerted us to correlations to earthquakes and cyclones (though he flagged the 25th, not the 14th!).

Tonight will see a Full Supermoon as the moon is both full and at perigee – closest to the earth, only 356,536km away. It will look very large (if you can see it between the clouds). Expect bigger weather events, tides, (hopefully not more tsunamis) etc. And probably some more sleeplessness.

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