Star gazers may get a treat this week, if the weather clears.
Meteorologist Brett Anderson says the Taurid meteor shower is reaching its peak this week.
Anderson says shower will have larger debris, meaning the shooting stars will be larger and brighter.
Anderson says this meteor shower will have fewer shooting stars per hour, but they will be brighter.
The meteor shower will peak until November 12, but Anderson says you may still see the occasional shooting star through until the end of November.