Spring starts this week. The equinox (equal night) is on Thursday. To mark spring, the star Arcturus is now visible in the evening sky. While the star of winter, Sirius, still twinkles brightly. The constellation of Cancer which marks the beginning of spring is visible in the evening sky. Also, look for the five carnivore constellations of Ursa Major, Leo, Hydra, Canis Minor, and Canis Major. The planet Venus is currently in the evening sky. While Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars are in the predawn sky. The moon is getting smaller, with the new moon on March 24th. https://skyandtelescope.org/observing/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-march-13-21/