You may have seen meteors shooting across the sky this month, and that's because of the Leonid Meteor Shower.

The meteor shower ranges from November 6th to 30th every year, with the peak coming tomorrow night.

The shower happens because Earth crosses through the orbital path of Comet 55P/Tempel-Tuttle.

Moonlight is expected to decrease the number of meteors that can be seen, but brighter meteors will still be visible. 

If the night was dark, 10 to 15 meteors would be seen every hour.