Tonight will be the first chance to see the new moon of the month of Shvat. You may be able to spot the Moon almost as soon as the sun sets at 16:36.
It is also one of the last nights to see Venus very low in the southwest before it disappears in its rendezvous with the Sun. As an added treat, if you turn around you can also spot Jupiter as it rises low in the northeast.
The sky tonight showing Venus and the Moon at upper left with Jupiter in the lower right.
To catch the full view, you will have to find high ground with an unobstructed view down to both the east and west horizon. The best time will be between 17:15 and 17:30. The show will be over by the time Venus sets at 17:45 with the Moon following at 18:10. However if you are late, you can still enjoy Jupiter which will be up all night long.