Rare Christmas Full Moon visible across Canada

On the morning of Friday, December 25, 2015, people all across Canada will be witness to an event that hasn’t been seen since 1977 – a Christmas Day Full Moon.

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From the forecast for who will see snow for Christmas, the country is somewhat divided, but provided there are clear skies, nearly everyone across Canada will be able to see a Christmas Day Full Moon – something that hasn’t graced our skies since the very first Star Wars movie was in theatres for the first time, and won’t be seen again until the year 2034.

What will our skies look like on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning?

FULL STORY FROM THE WEATHER NETWORK

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