March 17: Jupiter will be just above the 1st quarter moon for an eye catching sight.
This comet, while not likely appearing as bright as first thought, still has a good chance of being noticeable in the western sky 30 minutes after sunset between March 10 and March 20. The very thin crescent moon lies just to the right of the comet on March 12 and above it, sitting on its tail, on March 13. This whole event is iffy: it might be really good, or it might be really difficult to see.
As famed comet modeler Fred Whipple once said, "If you must bet, bet on a horse, not on a comet."
Such is our view from Earth...