# Rising & Setting time of a star on a specific date

Given the local sidereal time (LST) of a star when it rises, how can I find out the time when it will rise (according to my watch) on a specific date?

$$UT = \frac{LST - \frac{L}{15} - 6.697374558 - 2400.051336*T - 0.000025862*T^2)}{1.0027379093}$$
where $UT$ is the time in Universal Coordinated Time, $LST$ is the Local Sidereal Time, $L$ is the longitude, and $T$ is:
$$T = \frac{JD-2451545.0}{36525.0}$$ where JD is the Julian Date at noon UTC. Once I've calculated the time in UT, I then add or subtract 24 until the result is within 0 - 24 hours. Then I can convert from UT to local time.