We may…may not be able to see the Geminid Meteor shower

Last Updated 4 months ago by Devontae Jackson.

The Geminid Meteor shower led by the comet 3200 Phaethon will peak tonight into the overnight until about dawn Monday morning. The thing is we may not be able to see it here in the Miami Valley because of the cloud cover. Mostly cloudy to overcast skies is likely tonight into the overnight hours. The meteor shower is called one of the best of the year and occurs annually. At its peak, you could see 50 or more meteors an hour. The peak occurs around 2 AM in the morning. So, if you want to try and see if you can catch any, that time would be best. The meteors can possibly be seen for the next few nights as well. Other than that, you will need to wait until next year to see the Geminid Meteor shower.

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