Though February’s full Moon (Snow Moon) peaked last night (2/16), NASA has assured star gazers they will be able to catch it again tonight.
The name “Snow Moon” originated from the heavy snow known to fall during the month of February. According to the National Weather Service, February is the snowiest month in the year for the United States. And though we’ve had a few snowstorms this month, we luckily can’t relate with today’s gorgeous weather.
If you looked up last night, you might have caught a glance at the Snow Moon illuminating the sky. This marks the second full Moon of 2022. The next full Moon won’t occur until March 18th.
According the Farmer’s Almanac, New Yorkers can catch the best view of last night’s Snow Moon again tonight (or shall we say tomorrow) at 1:21 a.m.