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In advance of a colder weekend, the full wolf moon glows brightly tonight.

Gusts out of the northwest in a 20 to 30 mph range were common. It may remain rather cloudy in the evening, but breaks continue to be likely. Tomorrow (Saturday): We’ll see lots of sun, with only a couple cloudier moments. Highs head for the upper 40s. The full moon, known as the wolf moon, was in the northeast sky Saturday evening.

It is the first of 13 full moons in 2023; peak illumination occurs at 6:08 p.m., according to Earth Sky. The moon rises in the morning and sets in the northwest sky.