The first week of Fall will have clear, comfortable nights for planet spotting.
The full moon will be easy to see in the coming Autumn sky along with three planets in the evening.
Skies will be clear through the week, but some nights will be cooler than the last few weeks.
Stars are easy to spot in the middle of the night. The clear weekend nights will make visibility even better.
Pleasant weather this weekend, especially overnight, will make it easy to spot planets.
Jupiter and the moon will be very easy to spot in the night sky. Be sure to look on the few clear nights this week.
The Perseid meteor shower is coming this week. With a crescent moon it should be easy to spot to the northeast.
Even though skies are cloudy this week it will be easy to spot Venus to the west.
It will be easy to see both stars and planets with clear skies and mild temperatures this week.
Clear nights will make it easy to spot planets just before sunrise all week.
Skies will be cloud free for most of the week, but smoke from wildfires will make some planets hard to see.
Clear skies will make morning visibility of distant Gas Giants very good this week.
The waning moon will make it easy to spot planets on warm mornings this week.
The moon will shine brightly this week, and overnight temperatures will make it easy to go outside for stargazing.