See “Out of This World” Object in Tonight’s Sky.

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Tonight, we’ll comfortable weather with lows in the 50s and clear skies. 

Take advantage of the clear skies tonight at 10:09 PM and Sunday at 9:16 and see the International Space Station cross the sky for six minutes.  

Look for a bright white dot moving completely across the sky at a steady pace.  It will look a bit bigger than an airplane.  

It will first appear in the west-southwest sky and disappear in the northeast sky.

If you go out to watch, throw an eye to the south sky.  You’ll see Saturn pretty well.  

The sun rises at 5:59 A.M. on Sunday, and the first signs of light start around 5:28 A.M.

Then, enjoy a day of mostly sunny skies thanks to high pressure.  We’ll also have low humidity.  The high reaches 86.

Get the full forecast for the week ahead and when 90s return here.

Meteorologist Drew Anderson

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