Tonight, February 18th and tomorrow, February 19th should be great times to see the Super Snow Moon in the sky!

The term “snow moon” is the historic name given to the second full moon of winter by certain Native American tribes. It is called the snow moon as a result of the typical heavy snowfall in February.

Tonight's weather conditions in Downeast Maine call for clearing skies with lows around 7 above and for Tuesday night, clear skies with lows 5 to 11 above.

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