This month’s super moon will peak at 4.31am, and all you need to see it is clear night skies, which can be unpredictable in April. This month’s pink moon is the second of four consecutive super moons, that will peak in the spring and summer.
March’s Worm Moon was sadly obscured by cloud, but hopes are high in Somerset this time round with the forecast looking promising. The Met Office currently predicts sunny spells in the early hours of Tuesday, with little cloud until the afternoon.
Related Articles The temperature is set to be six degrees at 4am in Somerset, so make sure to wrap up if you’re planning on stepping outside to see the spectacle.
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Throughout the years many different cultures named the full moons that appeared throughout the year as a way to tell the time. What is a Pink Moon?
Check the weather forecast near you, powered by In Your Area: April’s full Moon corresponded with the springtime bloom of the pink flowers wild ground phlox and this is how the moon got it’s name. It is also called the Sprouting Grass Moon and the Egg Moon in other parts of the world.
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