Saw the ISS as predicted by @The Hawk above. Could only see the station, but that might be my eyesight, even in binocs could only see one point of light. This also allowed me to check the plots on PowerSDR, a program I run for Software Defined Radio which features a map with a worldwide plot of the Moon/Sun/ISS. This is useful for users of HF (short wave) as frequency ranges change according to the position of the daylight/night time terminator. As you can see on the pix the plot is quite good. The ISS passed more or less directly overhead here.