SAN ANTONIO -- Get ready for another supermoon show on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
The super Snow Moon will appear full and very bright on Monday night and Tuesday morning. It's also the second supermoon of the year. Another supermoon will happen in March.
According to Almanac.com, the supermoon occurs when the moon is at its closest point in its orbit to Earth. It will also appear about 15 percent brighter!
The super Snow Moon will peak on Tuesday morning, but experts say there should also be good views of the Moon on Tuesday night and Wednesday night.
February's full moon is named the Snow moon because it happens during the snowiest month of the year.
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