I am constantly amazed at how clear the sky is in the early morning!!
5 a.m. this morning it was clear all round - at least from 3 windows in our living room!
Looking south we could make out the faint constellations of Corvus and Crater - mostly magnitude 3 and 4 stars which we rarely see. Virgo could be clearly seen with Spica prominent. Just to the left was the waning crescent Moon with Jupiter and Mars below and still fairly close. Leo was high in the south with the stars of Hydra below, Alphard at magnitude 2 the prominent star here. The added bonus this morning was a sporadic meteor very bright and visible for a couple of seconds.
In the west was Gemini, Auriga, Perseus and Susan managed to see our "quiz friend" the triangle of Camelopardalis (too faint for me at magnitude 4 though had I gone outside and got properly dark adjusted perhaps I could have seen it too).
In the East was Lyra and the keystone of Hercules.
A pleasant few minutes observing and I didn't leave the house!!