Keep an eye on the skies-the Geminid Meteor Shower peaks the night of the 13th and 14th. Here in the Wenatchee Valley, we’ll need the skies to clear, but those with good visibility are in for a treat.
“Observers with clear skies could see as many as 40 Geminids per hour,” predicts Bill Cooke of the NASA Meteoroid Environment Office. “Our all-sky network of meteor cameras has captured several early Geminid fireballs. They were so bright, we could see them despite the moonlight.”
For more info check out http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2011/13dec_geminids/