In some places, it's called the Flower Moon when the moon becomes full in May. In other places, the moon is the Milk Moon or the Corn Planting Moon.

Whatever name you want to use, here's when you can see it.

The actual time of the May full moon is during the daytime of May 10th in this hemisphere - about 3:40 p.m. And it's not even in our skyview yet.

So, when it rises above the Sapphire Mountains Wednesday night at about 8:30 or so, it will be slightly past full, though not noticeably.

The weather forecasters are not predicting clouds that evening in the Bitterroot Valley, so take a look.