And another Super Moon!  Unfortunately, they are happening in the same night.

The New Jersey skies will be awash in moonlight on the evening of December 13th.  So that's cool, but the meteor shower is scheduled to happen that night as well!

Experts tell NJ.com that we will still be able to see some of the meteors,

But astronomy experts from earthsky.org say the shower should still provide enough shooting stars to make it worth watching.
"It's one of the best and most reliable (meteor showers of the year) because it's in the early evening and it's bright," said Jim Roselli, president of the New Jersey Astronomical Association.

So find a dark spot in New Jersey and look up!

Source: NJ.com