The Pink Moon will reach peak illumination at 7.55pm on the evening of Saturday 16 April, meaning it will be very low on the horizon at this time.
Unlike its name suggests, however, the moon will not appear in a shade of pink.
Those who get a good view, if clouds remain at bay, might notice a yellow or orange hue as it is low on the horizon.
According to ScienceFocus: “The best time to see the Pink Moon will be soon after moonrise, or later in the evening when it has risen slightly higher above the horizon.
“If you are unable to see the Pink Moon at its peak, it will also appear full on Easter Sunday, as well as the night before on Good Friday, April 15.”