This year’s Geminid meteor shower is reaching its peak, and Seattle’s weather just might cooperate.
Tonight’s forecast calls for partly cloudy skies and a low chance of precipitation, which is unusual for a Seattle holiday season.
That adds to the allure for this year’s Geminid display, which is expected to be out of the ordinary.
“With August’s Perseids obscured by bright moonlight, the Geminids will be the best shower this year,” Bill Cooke, who leads NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office at Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, said in a news release. “The thin, waning crescent moon won’t spoil the show.”