If we can get some clear skies then look for the ISS(International Space Station). It is making multiple passes over the course of the night for the next little while.
If you have never seen it, there are multiple web sites that will tell you when and where to look for satellites, that are extremely accurate. When it goes over-head you cannot miss it, if you are looking up, as it is the brightest thing in the sky next to the Moon.
Here is an excellent site that clearly shows timings for satellite transits. All you have to do is input your postal code.
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