Eyes to the sky for Mercury, Mars and Jupiter early Sunday morning
We always love getting to tell you about different space happenings! Let's be honest, who doesn't think that our universe is amazing?
About an hour before sunrise, you should look southeast to see Mercury, Mars and Jupiter somewhat aligned! Although we may see a few high clouds around, they shouldn't take away from the view. The moon, coming down from its full phase, may provide additional brightness. That may have a little bit of an impact on how bright the planets appear.
The main impact will be how cold things are, though that again doesn't impact our view. It just makes us want to stay outside for a little amount of time.
For the fifth time this week, our forecast low temperatures are in the single digits. It goes without saying that if you plan on checking out this planetary spectacle, you'll need to bundle up and be ready to shiver a little bit.
If you get any pictures of the planets' alignment, send them to ChimeIn, and hit the 'Weather' tab.