Star gazers get ready… February’s full moon, nicknamed the snow moon, will present itself from midnight Tuesday to midnight Thursday, according to NASA.

The snow moon was at its brightest on February 15 at 11:57 am, but the moon will be above the east-northeastern horizon on Wednesday evening, which will place it near Regulus, a bright star.

February’s full moon will be generally visible in areas around the world that do not have dense cloud coverage. Florida will be one of the best places to view the full moon as clear skies are expected during the evening hours.

Native American tribes in the northeastern United States used the name “snow moon” after the heavy snowfall that typically took place in February, according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac.