After sunset this week, you have the chance to find a visible planet, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini.
Venus should be easy to spot from April 17 until the 19 in the evening. About an hour after sunset, look outside to the west, and you will see a thin moon. The moon stays close to Venus for the next three evenings, moving a little further away each day.
By the 19th, Venus will be to the bottom right of the moon. Venus will shine very brightly and it won't twinkle.