If you look at the constellation Perseus in the northeast for the next few days, you'll be able to see a small comet. The comet, called Holmes, has recently puffed out a huge cloud of dust, and the dust is being reflected by sunlight. It looks like a small fuzzy star now, but the dust is slowly expanding day by day...
The following graphics from Sky & Telescope magazine:
Around 11pm the stars and constellations are positioned this way:
Here's a link with more info on it: