Tonight’s Full Moon is the one that falls directly after the Harvest Moon (which was Sept. 19) and is called the Hunter’s Moon. The best time to view it is 7:38 p.m. Eastern. The other things that’s unique is that there’s a lunar eclipse happening, too. It’s subtle, however, not a total eclipse but what’s called a penumbral eclipse, when the Earth’s outer shadow partially covers the lunar being. You might see a little darkening but it happens very gradually. That event begins around 5:50 p.m. eastern, and will peak around at 7:50 p.m. then ends around 9:50 p.m.
I predict an eventful night in Highlands tonight with possible flooding.