The pink supermoon has been visible in the sky since Monday evening, but you will still be able to see it over the next few days.
But what exactly is it and how can we see it across Wales?
What is a supermoon?
A supermoon is when the moon appears larger and brighter in the night sky than usual.
The moon has an elliptical orbit around the Earth - meaning that it doesn't go around in a circle, but more of an oval-shaped path.
This means that the moon will appear closer to Earth during parts of its orbit.
A 'supermoon' occurs when we have a full moon at the same time the moon is closer to the Earth on its elliptical orbit.
The pink supermoon will appear 14% bigger and 30% brighter over the next few nights.
Will the moon be pink?
Despite its name, the pink super moon will not actually be pink. It's called the 'pink' supermoon as it's the super moon that's closest to the flower blossom season.
It's claimed that it's called the 'pink' moon as it takes place at the same time of the year as pink phlox flowers bloom.
How can I see it?
The pink supermoon has been visible since Monday evening, but you will still be able to see it over the next few nights as the moon will still appear full.
Unfortunately, in Wales there will be quite a lot of cloud cover over the next few evenings, somewhat obstructing our view of the pink supermoon.
However, some clear spells have been forecast, meaning some of us may get a glimpse of the moon over the next few nights.
Send us your pictures of the pink super moon
If you've captured any pictures of the pink supermoon, we'd love to see them. Here's how you can send your pictures in to us:
Email: You can send your photos by email to email@example.com
Here are some tips for sending in a picture of the pink super moon:
It's great if you can tell us where the picture was taken and the name you would like us to credit the picture with.
By sending your pictures to us, you agree for us to use them in our weather forecasts to be broadcast on television and online (though the copyright will remain with you at all times, and you will be credited).