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According to Digital Trends, August 11-13 is the expected peak of the Perseid meteor shower. This is traditionally one of the best celestial shows of the year. With it being a new moon, natural light pollution is at a minimum, allowing more meteors to be visible.
Astronomers are not expecting a massive burst like they did in 2016. That year the Perseids even looked awesome from space.
But observers saw quite a few meteors Saturday night into Sunday morning.