The show will begin shortly after 9 p.m. in the east-northeastern sky with a few "earthgrazers" possible right along the horizon.
Earthgrazers are meteors that skip off of the top of the atmosphere, yielding a long, slow meteor that stretches over a long distance.
Experts caution that you may only see a few earthgrazers in an hour, but even one can make the night of viewing worthwhile.
For the more avid meteor watchers, wait until the bright moon sets at 1:43 a.m. This will give sky-watchers the darkest backdrop to see the most meteors possible.