Supermoon Sunday Night

If you notice tonight’s full moon is a little bit brighter and bigger, you aren’t wrong, tonight is a Supermoon! This means that the moon is at its closest point to Earth in its orbit. This full moon will appear about 14% larger and 30% brighter than it usually does. The moon will rise at 5:44 pm.  Skies at that time will be mostly clear, but clouds look to increase through the overnight. So if you want to catch a glimpse of the Supermoon make sure to head out earlier tonight. Photographer: Chance McKibben

Fantasy of Lights forecast

While many of you will be taking advantage of the nice weekend weather to rake up any remaining leaves, put up holiday lights or take care of other outdoor chores, you might want to also consider taking some time to enjoy the dry conditions and above average weekend temperatures by driving by all the great lighted displays at Franke Park.

Rain chances return Thursday

Rain is back in the forecast for Thursday, but it will not be an all day event. Scattered showers will start to arrive for the morning commute and linger through the lunch hour, so make sure to grab the umbrella as you head out the door.