The Draconids will peak 10/8/16. They are that rare bird, a meteor shower visible shortly after sundown! I HOPE we aren't fighting off a hurricane then!
The Orionids (sp?) will peak 10/20, 21 of 2016.
11/05/16 South Taurids-after midnight- noted for a number of fireballs during this shower. Dark skies and early setting moon will make this very visible.
11/11+12, North taurids
11/17, from 12:01 AM till Dawn the Leonids. I saw the record setting 1966 shower- I could hear the hiss of the blue fireballs crossing the sky. I understand that after I fell asleep there were actually thousands visible per hour.
December 13-15 the Geminids will battle the light
of a full moon.
December 22 the ursids.
January 3 late night early am Jan 4 2017 the Quadrantids. This have a very short peak of a few hours. I will never forget taking my grandchildren outside all wrapped up to see them and we saw NOTHING up in the sky- we finally looked down- and saw them falling UP from the horizon and blinking out very shortly thereafter- before they had crossed 20% of the sky.
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