Good news for sky gazers in America: drier air should move into the Mid-Atlantic along with decreasing cloud-cover, which will almost definitely make for a good viewing. If you have a good, cloudless, visibility, you can spot up to 80 meteors per hour during the peek of the Perseids. However, after this weekend’s peak, the meteor shower will quickly dwindle, ending likely by August 22.
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