Hoping to become the country's newest multimillionaire? The Powerball jackpot has risen to a whopping $153 million, enough to allow you to live the lifestyle of the rich and famous if you get some sound financial advice. Before you start dreaming about paying off your bills, buying your dream home, and taking a much-needed vacation, check the winning numbers below to see if your ticket is the big jackpot winner.

It's been weeks since there was a Powerball jackpot winner, so the jackpot continues to rise and will edge up over $170 million if no one wins on Saturday night.

Now, keep in mind the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292,201,338.00, so there's a slimmer than slim chance that you'll win. However, the official Powerball website reveals that lottery players won more than $4.7 million in non-jackpot prizes last week, so if you don't win the jackpot, there's always a chance you could walk away with a consolation prize that ranges from $4 to $1 million.

Scroll down to see if your ticket matches the five white balls and red Powerball drawn tonight.

Check your ticket

Tonight's drawing took place right before 11 p.m. ET and revealed the following winning numbers: 23, 25, 45, 52, 67 Powerball - 2. So far, the lottery commission hasn't announced if any winning tickets were sold, but information about where the winning ticket (or tickets) was sold is typically posted on the Powerball website a few hours after the drawing.

Non-jackpot prizes

If you aren't tonight's big winner, don't throw your ticket away. There's a chance you could win a non-jackpot prize, so here's what to look for. If you match all five white balls (no Powerball), you just scored yourself a cool $1 million. You'll get $2 million if you paid an extra $1 for the PowerPlay feature.

Not a bad return on investment!

There are five other non-jackpot prizes ($4, $7, $100, $50,000) as well — check your local lottery website for information on the winning combinations need to win a prize. Powerball tickets currently cost $2 each and drawings take place at 10:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday and Saturday nights.