Cloudy, cold weather made it nearly impossible to see much moonshine across the Lone Star State last night yet, for many, the first full moon of the New Year looked splendid.

We call it the Full Wolf Moon of January and, ironically enough, it's also the first of two full moons this month. 

Depending on the weather, Texas might get a much better view as a second full moon rises on Jan. 31.  It'll be known as a "blue moon."

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In the above video, Chief Meteorologist Burton Fitzsimmons shares some incredible photos from last night around the globe.