The first meteor shower of 2020 will peak on Friday night.

According to Accuweather.com. the Quadrantid meteor shower will peak on Friday night into the early hours of Saturday morning and, under ideal conditions, can spark over 100 meteors per hour in the dark winter sky.

The best time to see them is a 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning, but cloudy skies could prevent you from seeing the show. If skies are clear, the majority of the shooting stars  will originate from near the Big Dipper.

The map below predicts that Montanans will have a 'fair' chance of seeing the Quadrantid meteor shower.

Click here to check out the weekend weather forecast for Bozeman.

Accuweather.com