Tomorrow morning, August 13th, the Moon and Venus will meetup for a nice conjunction. Separated by only 1°17′ the pair will be a nice match. The Moon will show about 16% illumination compared with Venus at -4.3 magnitude. A telescopic view of the planet will show that Venus is also at a partial phase, about 50% illuminated.
Viewers further north will be able to witness an occultation, Venus will slide behind the Moon during the middle of the day when high in the sky.
Jupiter will be about 22° west, higher in the sky. While Mercury is still visible just ahead of the rising Sun.