It was supposed to be best placed for viewing around 45-60 mins after sunset with a clear sky. I drove up to the top of a hill about a mile or so away, with a clear view to the west. I had a clear sky but an annoying bank of cloud on the horizon. If Panstarrs was there, I reckon it was behind the cloud, although others have said it is faint and not likely to be picked up without binoculars. I did scan with my binoculars. Picked up quite a lot of planes a long way in the distance, but no comet. Ah well, better luck next time we have a clear sky.