This month, at dusk watch for Mars to appear in the southern sky, Jupiter in the southwest and Saturn roughly midway between.
In the diagram, see Draco the Dragon between the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper. Notice the lines radiating from the Dragon’s head: this is the apparent radiant of the Draconid meteor shower, which is predicted to peak the evening of Sunday, October 7 and/or Monday, October 8. Visible from dark sky locations, the Draconids, a minor shower, sometimes rewards the sky gazer with many shooting stars. Different from most meteor showers, the peak is not before dawn, rather, begin to observe at nightfall, at around 8pm.