Tomorrow night at exactly midnight (Saturday night/Sunday morning) we will have a Perigee Moon. For those that don't know, this is when the moon is full and closest to the earth and it usually only occurs once a year. Tomorrow night the moon will appear about 14% larger and be about 30% brighter. It will also be accompanied by extremely high and low tides. If you can catch the moon just as it rises on the horizon it will appear even larger. Some weird illusion makes a full moon appear even larger when it's on the horizon so tomorrow night should be spectacular if you have no cloud cover.
AND!!!!!! Saturday also marks the midpoint of Spring. The exact midpoint between the March equinox and the June Solstice will be 11:15 a.m. Saturday.
So Happy Perigee Moon Midpoint of Spring everyone!