Keep your eyes on the sky.
Next week, the moon will make its closest approach to Earth in almost 20 years. Astrologers say the phenomenon, known as "Super Moon," historically coincides with enormous natural disasters. Both the New England hurricane of 1938 and the Australian Hunter Valley floods of 1955 happened during Super Moons, they say. The last Super Moon came in 2005, at around the same time as Hurricane Katrina and the Indonesian tsunami.