There are plenty of upsides of Spring officially arriving. The sun stays out longer, the snow melts and the skies clear (mostly). This weekend, those clearer skies are going to make for some interesting sights.

Not only will seeing the Northern Lights be a possibility, but tonight you might also be able to see the International Space Station. It's a tight window though. According to our friends at OurQuadCities.com, the space station will appear at 8:36 p.m. and disappear just four minutes later.

It won't be straight above you though, it'll be just about halfway up in the sky. It will look like a very bright star, but it'll be moving at a constant speed.