Jupiter is high in the eastern sky tonight at 11 p.m. CST as seen from the Chicago area. (Click the image to see it larger.) The planet is in front of the stars of Gemini, with the twin stars Castor and Pollux nearby. Procyon (Canis Minor) is also visible in the scene.
Jupiter is visible during the early evening hours low in the eastern sky, high in the sky at midnight, and in the west before sunrise.
Read more about the planets this month.