It looks to be a good night to skywatch. There will be quite the light show in the late-night sky.
The 2022 Leonid Meteor Shower will peak overnight on November 17, into the early morning hours of the 18. According to EarthSky.org, viewing the meteor shower will be best from late evening until moonrise at 12:14 A.M. About 10-15 meteors per hour are expected.
WABI says the weather will cooperate for skywatchers. Clear to partly cloudy skies are in the forecast for much of Maine tonight. To catch a few meteors streaking across the sky, look to the east where they will originate.
The next meteor shower forecast for 2022 is a big one. The Geminid Meteor Shower will peak December 14. This is one of the most reliable meteor showers, and is usually easily seen. The "Gems" create long, bright, streaks in the night sky. The peak falls, once again, as a waning gibbous moon is up most of the night. The best viewing will be a couple of hours before dawn.
According to EarthSky.com, expect around 50 per-hour.