With temperatures soaring in some parts of the country, March may be the perfect time to get outside and gaze at the stars in the evening. This month you can also catch the full Worm Moon.
Like the Cold and Snowmoons, the Worm Moon gets its name from the Indians to correspond to what was happening in nature at the time of its appearance. This moon indicates that the earthworms begin to appear when spring sets in.
Spring officially kicks off on March 20, and the Worm Moon takes place the following week on March 28. It will be the first official full moon of the spring.
Although the moon will peak at 2:50 p.m. EDT, you can still see it when the sun sets, local weather permitting. It̵