latenyte.com has shown lunar forecasts before, and now here is a little explanation of how to read the charts for those that are not familiar. To do this we will also need a copy of the solar forecast as well.
Now that we have the solar and lunar forecast, we can see what time of day we will have the best possible light for a shot. The sun sets at 4:38pm and the moon sets at 7:06pm. This gives you 2 hours and 28 minutes from when the sun goes down until the moon sets. At 4:38pm the moon is going to be 19 degrees up from the horizon and heading SSW at 208 degrees.
The moon is only going to be illuminated 11%. I also know that from where I am located, using a compass, the moon will rise at 121 degrees, and the moon will set at 238 degrees. With all of this information I can determine that if I want to get a shot of the moon illuminated at 11%, the best time for me to do so is going to be between 5:08pm and 6:36pm. Any later and you run out of time before the moon hides behind a hill, trees or something else.
This is probably not the best day to use for an example. You have a better idea of the shot you are looking to take better than anyone. This was merely an example of how to use the charts. I hope this helps those that had questions about reading the charts. Cheese!