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Lyride Meteor Shower 2018: When to see in Massachusetts

BOSTON, MA – A meteor shower will be the first heavenly show of spring this weekend and the weather conditions are looking good. The Myrtle Shower of Lyrid runs from April 16 to 25, but its highlight is Sunday, April 22. The weather conditions in Massachusetts are perfect, with clear or mostly clear skies and temperatures of or just above …

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Lyride Meteor Shower 2018: This weekend in Colorado

The spring and summer meteor shower season begins this month with the Lyrid meteor shower, which will be held April 16-25, Sunday, April 22nd. When the cloudy sky disappears, Coloradans will get a good view. Start On the night of Earth Day, at midnight on April 21, until the early hours of Sunday, April 22, we observe the meteor shower. …

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Lyride Meteor Shower 2018: When to Attention in Connecticut

HARTFORD, CT – A meteor shower will be the first heavenly show of spring this weekend and the weather conditions are looking good. Lyrids' Meteor Current will run April 16-25, but summits will be Sunday, April 22. The weather conditions in Connecticut are perfect, with clear or mostly clear skies and temperatures at or slightly above freezing that must be …

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Lyride Meteor Shower 2018: When to watch in the Hudson Valley

HUDSON VALLEY, NY – A shower of meteors will begin the first celestial show of spring starting this weekend, and the weather conditions look good. Lyrids' meteor shower runs April 16-25, but the highlight is Sunday, April 22. Weather conditions in the Hudson Valley are perfect, with clear or mostly clear skies and temperatures at or slightly above freezing that …

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Lyride Meteor Shower 2018: When to Watch in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, TN – The spring and summer meteor shower season begins this month with the Lyrid meteor shower, which takes place from April 16 to 25, but which opens on Sunday, April 22. However, Skywatchers can also see them on the days before and after the weather peaks. At their peak, the Lyrids will produce between 15 and 20 meteors …

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