The Quadrantids meteor shower will be making their yearly appearance in the sky early Wednesday morning.
According to the Thronateeska Heritage Center,if you want to catch the meteor shower tonight, the best time would be between 3 a.m. and sunrise. Look towards the eastern and northern parts of the skies for the best chance of seeing a meteor. NASA estimates you can see anywhere from 60-200 meteors per hour.
For more information on the meteors and a live web cam, visit NASA's Quadrantids section.