We have a relatively bright comet in our skies at present. Not visible to the naked eye yet but might be in a week or so from a dark location. It is is visible in binoculars and small/medium sized telescopes once it has risen from the sky glow and murk of the northern horizon. Hence best seen in the early hours (1-2 am) but we caught it before midnight the other day.
Pete Lawrence has provided this finder map for its path in January ’23: