Connoisseurs of beginner stars will soon get the chance to see shooting stars in the sky above Lincolnshire.
The quadrant meteor shower is the first rain the UK can see in 2019.
It is estimated that visibility will be relatively high in Europe, so there is a very good chance you will not be disappointed with cloud cover.
This is what you need to know if you want to catch it.
Is that quadrantid meteor shower?
The sky will also be free of the moon, which again will increase your chances of seeing the shower.
This is not guaranteed, however, and the quadranid is known as a relatively dim shower but, from previous photographs taken, it is still amazing to be seen from Earth.
When is my best chance to see it?
Your best chance to see it right before dawn on January 4 – according to the International Meteor Organization.
Shower runs from late at night January 3 to January 4, becoming more visible in various parts of the world as time goes by.
Quadrantid peaks only last a few hours so, if you catch them, you are very lucky.
However, meteors are famous for opposing weather forecasts, so try to keep an eye on the sky in the hours leading up to January 4.