Unless something extraordinary happens tonight, the starry sky will be clear after more than two months. I have an equally clear plan. My object of interest will be two comets (comet 108P Ciffreo and comet C / 2019 L3 ATLAS) in the area of the constellation Gemini and a nebula in the constellation Auriga. I can’t wait. With my equipment, the result will probably be two blurred points. But I don’t care. The most important thing is to point the lens in the right direction and have enough batteries for the camera.
Pictures of the starry sky are from http://www.heavens-above.com and the Stellarium program.