Melbourne is supposed to be in for a visual treat tonight as the biggest supermoon of the century rises in the sky. However, bad weather looks set to block our view of the biggest and brightest supermoon in nearly 70 years.
Melbourne weather, can you just not?!
Understandably, locals are NOT impressed.
What’s the bet that we won’t be able to see the supermoon tonight here in Melbourne. The weather always ruins fun things 😒
— Wynonna Oz //Caitlin (@WynonnaOz) November 14, 2016
— Paolo Tomasetig (@dementorchemist) November 13, 2016
— Angelica Gela Merlas (@gelapish) November 13, 2016
The moon is set to appear a whopping 14 percent bigger, and 30 per cent brighter than normal.
The Bureau Of Meteorology VIC are keeping endearingly optimistic but somewhat vague. Saying we ‘may get a glimpse’ of tonight’s supermoon.
— BOM Victoria (@BOM_Vic) November 14, 2016
So what happens if Melbourne’s dodgy spring weather blocks our view of this astronomical phenomenon?
Don’t worry, you can catch the next one …on November 25, 2034.
We’re crossing our fingers and toes that Melbourne’s classic ‘four seasons in one day’ style weather brings us a beautiful, clear evening.
Keep up to date with the weather report HERE
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