CLEVELAND — The Super Snow Moon made an appearance over Cleveland, lighting up the sky early Tuesday morning.
The moon is said to be the year's brightest with its peak at 10:53 a.m. ET according to the Old Farmer's Almanac.
Super Snow Moon over Cleveland around 5 a.m. Photographer: Mike Vielhaber
February's supermoon will be the second of three supermoon events set for 2019, with another one set on March 20 just hours after the spring equinox.
As the sun started to rise, the supermoon could be seen from Airtracker 5
Jon Rudder captures the Super Snow Moon shortly after 7 a.m.