Here's the sky chart for the leader
. They'll rise just north of Venus and go into shadow before reaching zenith. There are over 40 sats in this group, ~30s apart. I just saw this pass from Baltimore and it was plenty bright enough. Having looked for this group twice before and not seen it, it was nice to finally do so. They were about the same brightness as Polaris...maybe a little fainter.
I took 3 10-min exps. That was a bad idea with the bright sky here. Plenty of dynamic range before sat at gain 100, stop wide open, but the poisson noise from the sky integrated for 10 mins washed out the tracks. The moon is pretty bright. If your sky is dark enough you could get away with long exps, but if not, short exps "movie style" is better. Bigger aperture would also help.
There will be a good pass of this same group over Moncton tomorrow night (Sat). Looks like the weather might be good. I'll put together some info and post it here.