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Cloud cover forecast from clearoutside.com
Mercury : Too close to the Sun this month.
Venus : Venus is very bright after sunset and close to Mars and Uranus in the first week of March. On March 4th, only 6 arc seconds from Uranus.
Mars : Mars fading and shrinking now and sinking in the southwest as it gets dark, despite that more or less holding position relative to the Sun.
Jupiter : Jupiter came to opposition early last month so is still visible all night long. Jupiter is reasonably high up the ecliptic in Leo.
Saturn : Saturn has passed round the Sun and re-appeared in the morning sky down in the Libra / Scorpius area
Uranus : Uranus came to opposition on Oct 7th in Pisces, so just visible for a short time after sunsetMeteors : No major showers due this month
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