If you're in the position to look up to the skies in London, you might notice something a bit unusual about the moon tonight.
Tonight's moon will be a supermoon, as its orbit is the closest to the earth it has been since 1948. In fact, it's forecast to look some 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than usual.
The supermoon should have been visible in London from about 16:45 tonight, but unlucky moon-spotters have had their views blocked by cloudy skies:
"Supermoon is set to rise at 16:44 GMT in London"— Cαrpe Иoctem (@iravaadi) November 14, 2016
*Goes outside. Stares at grey cloudy skies for 10 mins. Walks in.*#VeryBritishProblems
Search for "London" and "supermoon" if you want to see a load of hearts breaking. Why clouds why??— Aniqah C🌹 (@AniqahC) November 14, 2016
However, a fortunate few were lucky enough to spot it, but were, for the most part, unimpressed:
Never mind. Here are a few snaps from yesterday:
Meanwhile, some people have decided to take a creative approach to sightings instead: