The biggest moon of the year will be shining on Kamloops Saturday night as long as the sky is clear.
Kamloops Astronomical Society member Anne Neave said Friday she planned to check it out before midnight at her property in Clearwater.
As long as there are no clouds, anyone should be able to see the glowing orb, she said.
Environment Canada’s forecast for Saturday night is partly cloudy, with a southwest wind blowing lightly in the evening and a low of 4 C.
The KAS website says the moon will turn full at 11:35 p.m. eastern daylight time. Twenty-five minutes later it will arrive at its closest point to earth this year, a distance of 356,954 kilometres.