…look, up in the sky it’s a bird, its a plane, its “Super Moon!” Yes, Super Moon a not so strange visitor above the skies of mother earth but for this month it will also be known as “Snow Moon” and will light up the sky Saturday night into Sunday morning. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, northeastern Native American tribes referred to the second full moon of winter as the Snow Moon because of February’s heavy snow. Maybe that’s why we got our most significant snow fall of the season on Friday morning. Experts say the reason why its called a Super Moon too is because the moon will be at the closest point to earth in its orbit. The full moon will also signal the start of Jewish Celebrations of Tu BiShvat, known as “New Year of the Trees,” but will also signify the end of Chinese New Year celebrations. I’d say in the words of Van Morrison that “it would be a wonderful night for a Moon dance but the forecast is calling for cloudy skies not to mention that it will be 25 degrees too which doesn’t sound wonderful to me.