Mars, Saturn visible in early Tuesday morning sky


CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Look up tonight and you may catch a glimpse of Mars and Saturn.

Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso says the two planets will be easily noticeable Monday night along with a third star, Antares. The trio will rise in the southeastern sky around midnight just to the right of the moon.

Del Rosso says there will be some clouds across central Illinois at the time which could hinder the viewing.

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