Allen said stargazers will want to watch the moon rise and silhouette hills, buildings and trees, making the moon look larger-than-normal.
The ringed planet will be at its closest to the Earth and will be illuminated by the Sun.
If clouds block the Saturn opposition on Wednesday night, onlookers will still have plenty of opportunities to see the planet as it will remain visible in the night sky throughout the summer.
There will also be a full moon that night as well. It may even be possible to view some of Saturn's notable moons, like frozen (but perhaps not totally dead) Enceladus. Moonrise will happen at 8:24 p.m. At that time the Saturn could be seen effectively from the Earth, rising during the sunset and setting at the time of sunrise on the morning of Wednesday 27 June.
The planet will reach opposition just a day before we are set to see the Full Moon.
Hot on the heels of the summer solstice, June's full Strawberry Moon - appearing at the beginning of the sunniest and warmest months of the year - is slightly unusual this month. "It's the most colorful of all full moons".
On the rare occasion a second full moon takes place in one calendar month, it is known as a Blue Moon. It will not look significantly different than any other full moon.
The exact peak of the strawberry moon will be at 12:53 EST on Friday, according to Bustle, but the moon should appear similar in fullness to the human eye at any time of the night. It's a hypnotic sight indeed and the easiest time to look at it, but as it rises higher into the sky it will quickly change to yellow, and then to white as it becomes too bright to look at comfortably.