Orionid meteor shower will peak Monday night

The annual Orionid meteor showers is set to peak in the early morning hours of October 22.

The Orionid meteors fly every year between October 2 to November 7.

According to EarthSky.org, that’s when the earth is passing through the stream of debris left behind by Comet Halley.

From a dark location, you could see 10 to 20 Orionids per hour.

However, showers moving into Northeast Ohio may hamper your visuals.

You can check the latest FOX 8 forecast here.

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