The Perseid meteor shower will peak this year in the early hours of Saturday, August 13th. A full moon will make it trickier to see than usual, but it is still worth a try. And it will continue for several days. Don’t worry too much about finding Perseus in the night sky, just let your eyes adjust and look out for meteors, which will shoot across the sky in all directions. They will appear and disappear within seconds, moving rapidly across the sky.
If you are lucky, you might even see some fireballs – big and brilliant meteors that appear as bright as Venus.
This was in New Scientist, 8/11/22