This week, it's snowed, rained, iced, become windy, and now there's another shower on the way; a meteor shower.

For those who are ready to brave the cold tonight, the Geminds meteor shower will be viable tonight/tomorrow morning. This particular shower looks to be a good one, as the crescent moon doesn't exactly light up the sky, allowing the star to shine even brighter. According to WMUR, the Gemind shower finds 50 or more meteors streaking across the sky per hour. Recent showers have been even more impressive, with 120 to 160 meteors per hour under optimal conditions.

With temperatures expected to dip into the teens tonight, and peak viewing time around 2am, insomniacs and star gazers will want to bundle up for the event.