This full moon will be not only the closest and brightest supermoon of 2016 but also the largest since 1948,

The three consecutive full moons of October, November and December of  2016, all happen with the moon at its closest point during its orbit around Earth, that’s a so-called supermoon.

The biggest and brightest supermoon will be November's full Beaver Moon*, which will reach its peak in Wyoming on Monday morning Nov. 14, at 6:52 a.m. (Mountain Standard). It will appear full to the casual observer Sunday, November 13, 2016, the day before and after the main event. Sunday, November 13 moonrise will happen at about 4:37 p.m

This full moon will be not only the closest and brightest supermoon of 2016 but also the largest since 1948,

Here is a more complete explanation.

* Called "Beaver Moon" because it's when beavers typically prepare their dens and dams for winter.