The brightest comet in almost a decade will be visible tonight! Comet NEOWISE flew by Earth on July 3rd, but it will be visible about an hour or two before sunrise tomorrow morning.
According to Thrillist,
If you step out to see the comet, with no visual aid and dark skies, you should be able to see the comet's core, per NASA. If you break out binoculars, you will get a view of the comet and its long tail of gas and dust
Through July 11,you'll be able to see it about an hour or two before sunrise low in the northeastern sky. recommends trying two hours before sunrise. The comet will be lower in the sky at that time, but you'll be contending with less light interference from the sun.