Shooting stars are expected to fill the sky Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as the Gemenids Meteor Shower will reach its peak. According to NASA, the Gemenids may produce between 100-150 meteors per hour.
In the Capital Region, temps are expected to get down into the teens, but skies are forecast to be clear. The moon will partially shine, which may produce light to block out parts of the shower. Still, astronomers say there should still be over 30 meteors visible each hour.
The meteors are expected to come into view just after 8pm Tuesday night and last until sunup.
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