By: Meteorologist Laura Lockwood
Updated: Feb 26th 2019
Full Beaver Moon!
There are a couple of theories of where the name, "Beaver Moon" comes from, but the one I like the most is that this is the time of the year, the beavers are getting ready for winter.
This full moon is also know as the Frosty Moon, as a good portion of the United States will see a frost this month.
The time of the peak fullness of the moon will occur at 11:39 a.m. CST (0539 GMT) on November 23rd.
Additional aliases for when the full moon needs to go undercover: Corn Moon, Milk Moon, Flower Moon, and the Hare Moon.