The forecast isn't perfectly clear, but I have reason to expect that
we'll be able to get some good views of Jupiter and Saturn this evening.
Jane and I will set up in Old Town Pasadena, on Colorado Blvd. probably
between DeLacey and Fair Oaks. (We're opportunistic about parking!)
Sunset will at about 7:35 p.m. Big bright Jupiter will show up in the
east probably 15 minutes after sunset, with Saturn slightly west of
overhead shortly afterward. We'll stay out 'til 10:00 p.m.
The Moon isn't in the evening sky tonight. It'll rise about 2:00 a.m.
If your sky is clear tomorrow morning, look for it any time before noon
in the southwest. It's fun finding the Moon in the daylight!
I'll send an update about Saturday evening tomorrow, after another look
at the weather forecasts. If there's a good chance for clear skies,
we'll set up in Monrovia.
Old Town Astronomers: http://www.otastro.org