There is a huge possibility to clearly observe the "Supermoon" this Monday, 14 November 2016 in many places in the Philippines.
Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) confirmed that the country is free from any storm formation, not even low pressure area (LPA) exist for today leading a less dense of clouds in the air.
The Supermoon is rare instances where the moon take its closest distance to earth.
According to Engr. Dario dela Cruz, chief of the Space Sciences and Astronomy Section, it is expected that by 7: 21 pm moon will access the closest contact to Earth.
The last recorded Supermoon occurred 68 years ago, on January 26, 1948.
The same phenomenon will be observable again in the coming year 2034.