Saturn, the moon shine bright this weekend

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Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini talks about the chances you have to see Saturn and the moon shining brightly together.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

DAYTON —This weekend the moon and Saturn will pair up in the predawn sky.

Skies won't be completely clear this weekend but there should be enough breaks either Saturday, Sunday or Monday morning to try and find the two.

The moon will be closest to Saturn during the predawn hours on April 16.

Look for the moon to be slightly above the planet in the early morning hours.

You will be able to identify the planet Saturn, and not just a star, because instead of twinkling it will shine bright and steady.

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