So we can go out and watch for meteors.
Tonight is the peak of the Lyrid Meteor Showers. It should be a good night to view them because there is only a little new moon, no cloud cover, and fairly warm temperatures.
I hope it will be as good as 1982 when there were up to 100 per hour. But that was exceptional. The article said to expect 15 to 20 meteors per hour in an average year.
So if you are still parked out in the desert somewhere, or at an RV park with a good sky. Look up between midnight and five AM.
I will be making some wishes!