Spring is so close, we can feel it.  Tonight, another sure sign of spring will be very visible in WNY.

It's called the Super Worm Moon.

This year, all full moons from last month through May are considered "Super Moons," which means they are closer to the earth (and therefore look bigger than normal).

So why is it called the Super 'Worm' Moon?

It's exactly what you think.  According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, the name comes from "when the ground begins to soften enough for earthworm casts to reappear — inviting robin and other birds to feed, a true sign of spring."

Look for the Super Worm Moon to rise tonight (3/9/20).

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