Hey, Space Placers!
View will be similar except Mercury will be to the lower LEFT of Venus
Early morning riser - before it starts to get light in the East?
If so, check out the BRILLIANT planet Venus this week which is at around a stunning -4.8 magnitude - read "that's bright"! - on the 19th & will remain real bright for the remainder of the week.
Elusive BUT BRIGHT Mercury joins the sky show before dawn in the East - start looking around 6 a.m. local time. Mercury will be to the lower left of higher in the sky Venus. Binoculars and a clear view of the horizon will help finding Mercury. The planet closest to the Sun will be a golden-yellow color.
The bright star between higher Venus and lower Mercury is Regulus, so don't confuse the star with the brighter planets.
Saturn is up in the south east as it gets dark, joined by bright Jupiter in the East at around 11 p.m. local time.
Enjoy the view!
Sky Guy in VA