You can catch the waning gibbous moon and Mars starting around 11 p.m. Saturday night, according to the Cincinnati Observatory’s Dean Regas. The moon rises around 10 p.m. Tonight also marks the last 8 p.m. or later sunset.
The forecast looks good for viewing with a mostly clear sky. It may feel a little chilly as temperatures start dipping to the mid 60s at that point. Overnight lows drop to around 60 degrees.
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