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Kiddush Levana Update | Rabbi Moshe Flohr

Tonight, Motzoei Tisha B’Av, will be cloudy and/or rainy. There is a good chance to see the moon around 10pm until about 11. Cloud cover will be 45%.

DUE TO TROPICAL STORM ISAIAS (currently hitting Florida) THERE WILL BE LOTS OF CLOUDS AND RAIN OVER THE NEXT THREE DAYS.

Motzoei Shabbos there is a small possibility to see the moon from 9-10pm. The same on Sunday night.

It’s too early to say about Monday night, but right now it looks to be rainy.

NOTE: THE LAST NIGHT FOR KIDDUSH LEVANA THIS MONTH IS MONDAY NIGHT.

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There are 6 Comments to "Kiddush Levana Update | Rabbi Moshe Flohr"

  • Tim says:

    TS Isias is not currently hitting Florida, the storm is forecasted to hit Florida sometime in the next 24-48hrs then move up the coast possibly hitting the outer banks and possibly the Mid-Atlantic.

  • Wondering says:

    Should it be said Friday night if it is clear?

    • Moshe Flohr says:

      The minhag is not to say it Friday night unless it is the last night or the penultimate (next to last) night.

  • Still Wondering says:

    Reb Moshe. Thank you for responding. I know the Minhag. And I know its not the penultimate night as well:)
    But in a situation like this where the next few nights seems like there is rain in the forecast what is the best thing to do? Follow the Minhag and possibly miss it???

  • Moshe Flohr says:

    But l’maaseh Motzoei Shabbos and Sunday there is a good chance that it will be visible, right after tzais.

  • No longer wondering says:

    Yasher koiach Reb Moshe. Had a hava amina to do it Friday night and waited because of you and had a beautiful levana last night!