The Supermoon made its appearance right on schedule Sunday, Aug. 10, shining 30 percent brighter than the traditional full moon.
AccuWeather.com Astronomy Facebook fans captured the moment around the world.
The perigee full Moon shone brighter in the sky at the same time as the Perseid meteor showers, which peak Aug. 11-13.
Full moon in Slovenia. (Photo/Facebook fan Nataša Mihorič Pirc)
Supermoon seen through the clouds in Mandalay City, Myanmar. (Photo/Facebook fan Koko Chit)
Supermoon in Singapore. (Photo/Facebook fan Laurentcia Arlany)
Supermoon at 8:18 p.m. EDT from Amsterdam, New York. (Photo/Facebook fan Chris Loft)
Supermoon from Ginter Park, Richmond, Virginia. (Photo/Facebook fan Shutterbatte Photography)
Supermoon rising in Tuckerton, New Jersey. (Photo/Facebook fan Dorothy Abraham Rubinstein)
Supermoon from Sea Isle City, New Jersey. (Photo/Facebook fan Tim Barron)
And finally, Supermoon from the International Space Station by Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev.
Cold, snow and windy weather is in store for the New Hampshire primary next Tuesday.
A wintry pattern taking shape across the East next week will increase the odds for cold and snow.
A magnitude-6.4 earthquake shook southern Taiwan shortly before 4 a.m. local time on Saturday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
In some circumstances climate, environmental factors and weather have led to some of the most exciting, mysterious and academically important discoveries of all time.
A major winter storm brought blizzard conditions to part of the Plains and Midwest this week while severe storms brought damaging tornadoes to the South.
Benign weather is in the offing for the Philadelphia area this weekend before the weather pattern turns wintry early next week.
Hale Center, TX (1956)
33 inches of snow on the ground. (Tied for greatest recorded maximum snow depth in Texas history).
Lake Placid, NY (1980)
With only a little over a week until the beginning of the Winter Olympics, there was only 5 in. of natural snow on the ground.
Dulles Airport, VA (1996)