You will want to look up tonight and tomorrow night at the moon. It is a supermoon and will actually be the brightest and biggest supermoon of 2020.
It will appear 15% brighter and 7% larger than a normal full moon.
Monday night it rises at 5:44pm and sets at 6:25am Tuesday morning.
Tuesday night it rises at 6:57pm and sets at 7:00am Wednesday morning.
In mid-April, the waning moon will be located by Saturn, Jupiter and Mars in the southeastern sky before dawn.
The next supermoon will be on May 7th.