A clear and chilly night in parts of Wales overnight allowed some fine pictures of a lunar phenomenon, often called a supermoon, to be taken.
Closer to the Earth than at any point in it's elliptical path, the moon appears 14% larger and around 30% than it does when it's furthest away.
Suggestions that the arrival of such a large moon brings natural disasters are dismissed by scientists, however, higher tides are expected as the moon earth and sun are in alignment.
Well it's not too bad out there at the moment! Some brighter spells - and perhaps not feeling quite as bitter as it has done of late
Western areas again in line for a damp and drizzly day - the best of the sunshine further inland.
After a relatively mild start to the night, temperatures are tumbling as skies clear. Frost and fog likely inland