A rare treat for the moonstruck romantics and werewolves - supermoon is visible in the sky if you wake up before sunrise.
The moon rotates around the sun and during that 29 day rotation cycle, at a certain time it gets closer to Earth. Now, a full moon occurs during that 29 day period as well. A supermoon occurs when the moon is closest to Earth and when the full moon occurs - a combination of both scenarios. Tomorrow's supermoon occurs precisely at 7:33 AM, Sunday morning.
The moon's effect on ocean tides is higher during a supermoon than any other time, so expect higher and lower tides than usual.
If for some reason you cannot make it to this supermoon, or if you are looking for a more thrilling lunar event, a larger supermoon is expected on Sept. 28, 2015, and the largest supermoon until 2034 will occur on Nov. 14, 2016. Am marking my google calendar to remind me of these events. It is quite romantic to watch the moon and full moon; the supermoon is even better.