Friday, December 13th's night sky will be filled up with the Geminid Meteor Shower.

This is one of the biggest meteor showers of the year and Montana is in prime position for viewing.

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The meteor shower will start being visible when it gets dark but the peak(when the traffic of the shooting stars are at it's highest) will be happen between midnight and 2 AM.

The only thing right now that might derail watching the meteor shower is the weather. The forecast is for mostly cloudy all night long.

Hopefully, the forecast is wrong and you will be able to watch meteors shoot across the sky all night long.

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