Last year, I made a big hubbub on TV and on the internet about the "Supermoon." This year...not so much. Last year's was historically close to earth.
First: what's a supermoon? It's a term used to describe a full moon coinciding with the moon's closest approach to earth during its orbit (perigee).
This evening's full moon will likely be big and gorgeous and will appear larger than average but it's not quite the astonomical event it was last year when the moon was a bit closer to earth (not that you could tell a difference between tonight's full moon and the 'famous' one from last year).
For tonight and tomorrow night, though, the weather should be perfect. The combination of clear skies and super low humidity for May will make this a wonderful evening for Moon-gazing.
"Supermoon" or not, take a few minutes to enjoy the view this evening. I think you'll enjoy it.