The Moon will be prominent in the dawn sky, rising at around midnight.
The Moon's path in coming days
Over coming days, the Moon will rise later each day, so that it is visible for less time before sunrise and it less far above the eastern horizon before dawn. By the time it reaches new moon, it will rise at around dawn and set at around dusk, making it visible only during the daytime.
Its day-by-day progress is charted below, with all times are given below in Fairfield local time. Over the next few days, the distance between the Moon and the Sun will decrease and it will rise later each day. By the time it disappears into the Sun's glare as it approaches new moon, it will only be visible very shortly before sunrise.
All times given below in Fairfield local time.
|Altitude of Moon
|Direction of Moon
|23 Mar 2019||19:07||09:02||20°||south-west|
|24 Mar 2019||19:08||09:36||24°||south-west|
|25 Mar 2019||19:10||10:13||26°||south-west|
|26 Mar 2019||19:11||10:54||27°||south|
|27 Mar 2019||19:12||11:38||27°||south|
|28 Mar 2019||19:13||12:26||25°||south|
|29 Mar 2019||19:14||13:17||23°||south-east|
|30 Mar 2019||19:15||14:11||19°||south-east|
|31 Mar 2019||19:16||15:05||15°||south-east|
|01 Apr 2019||19:17||16:0|