My son and I stayed in Buda, Texas during our college tour road trip and found a hill with nice dark skies west of town. We were able to find Comet PanSTARRS, but it was a real challenge, even with very dark skies. As you can see, it’s already dimmer (although in darker skies) than it was a few days ago.
Comet PanSTARRs is visible from the Northern Hemisphere (Pearland, Texas – just south of Houston)! It is not yet bright enough to be visible to the naked eye, but it is obviously a comet through binoculars or a 200 mm lens.