Meteor Shower

By: AP
By: AP

If you're willing to bundle up and get away from the lights of the city around midnight Monday night, you could be in for a spectacular show.

Scientists say this year's annual Geminid meteor shower could be one to remember, especially because the moon will set early and its light won't wash out the shower, which is expected to produce up to dozens of shooting stars each hour.

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