March is the time of year where you typically begin to see more animals and, specifically, worms emerging.
So the moon on the night of March 20 this year will be a blue worm moon.
Basically, once the moon has risen, regardless of where you are, you will be able to see the full worm moon.
If you miss it or there's simply too much cloud cover to enjoy it, you will be able to see it through Saturday morning, according to NASA.
If you miss this worm moon altogether, you will still have a second chance to catch one this month.