Look up into the sky tonight for the full moon, which coincides with perigee, the point at which the moon is closest in its orbit to Earth coined "Supermoon". The last time the moon was this close to the Earth was 18 years ago, March 1993 to be exact. The moon will be bigger and brighter than usual. Great night to take a moonlit stroll in the city.
After the sun sets into the skyline tonight, watch for the waxing crescent moon and the planet Jupiter. These two celestial bodies in the sky will be gleaming brightly with the moon smiling down at the world signifying that spring is on its way! The hibernation period is over! Time to wake up and switch modes from this hard hitting winter we've had here in NYC.