GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The sky is set up to give you quite a show over the next few nights.
The Orionid meteor shower peaks Friday and Saturday with as many as 20 meteors per hours, according to NASA.
You’ll be able to see them if you look toward the east at the northern shoulder of the constellation Orion, for which the shower is named. You will have to get away from city lights to get a good view.
It’s possible weather conditions may obscure the show — 22News Storm Team says expect the chance for showers to continue tonight, again some showers could be steady at times. Additionally, the moon will be 57 percent full Friday night at midnight and 46 percent Saturday.
Temperatures during the night will fall to the upper 40s to lower 50s, so you’ll want to grab a warm coat.
The meteors are debris from Halley’s comet, and “are known for being bright and quick,” NASA says. There is a chance of a “fireball,” which is a very bright meteor.
Though the shower’s peak times are this week, it actually continues through Nov. 14.