Should be visible shortly after sundown.
If you're outside after sunset tonight, you just might see some meteors zipping around the sky.
Kirkpatrick Planetarium Director Wayne Harris-Wyrick in Oklahoma City said it's the Draconid shower.
"You want to look west or northwest early in the evening. But if you stay up late, it's gonna spread more evenly across the sky."
He says it's possible there could be many meteors visible per hour, but it's hard to predict.
Harris-Wyrick said it's best to get away from city lights for viewing, if possible.
(Pictured: Kirkpatrick Planetarium Director Wayne Harris-Wyrick.)