More people are catching a glimpse of Comet Neowise just after sunset. Around the world, photographers are zooming into the 3-mile-wide comet with the bright white tail. Here in the Bitterroot Valley, Mike Daniels waited Thursday evening until a huge cloud cleared from the western sky and there it was - above the Bitterroot Mountains. The comet was in the northwest sky after 10 p.m. It has already gone around the Sun on its 7,000-year orbit and will pass closest to the Earth next week. But the size of the object in the sky won't get much larger. So, hope for clear skies after sunset and look to the west.

Comet Neowise above the Bitterroot Mountains. (Mike Daniels Photo)