The Ohio Valley will have a front row seat for the Camelopardalis Meteor Shower tonight. According to NASA, the earth will be passing through a debris trail left behind by Comet 209P/LINEAR, and meteors could be as frequent as one-per minute. For more information from NASA about the meteor shower, click Here.
Photo Credit Below: NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
The best viewing time tonight will be between 2 and 4 AM EDT across the region, and the good news is that the weather forecast looks to be mostly clear. Below you will find a graphic with the expected forecast, and how to find the Camelopardalis constellation in the night sky. The meteors will appear to originate from this constellation.