Tonight is the summit of southern Taurid #MeteorShower .
It brings less than 10 meteors per hour, but it is known for # fireballs . Also, you may still see some meteors from the #Draconids that reached their peak last night: https://t.co/J2a5KvOx9s pic.twitter.com/kBnlUCTien
– AccuWeatherAstronomy ( @AccuAstronomy) 9th October 2019
A meteor shower with quality over quantity will be visible from Humboldt tonight.
Electricity is damned! is expected to be outstanding.
"We should have clear skies and less light pollution from power outages," said National Bureau meteorologist Chris Burling opposite the outpost. "It should be visible."
The American Meteor Society reports that the southern Taurids are known to produce less than 10 meteors per hour, but the visible meteors are known to be particularly bright "fireball" meteors.  The Draconid meteor shower also reached its peak yesterday and is said to still have a chance to contribute to today's skies.
Burling said stargazers should have the best visibility by pointing their eyeballs to the south NASA