You may see something special if you're stargazing tonight.
October 20-21, the Earth will pass through debris from Halley's Comet. This debris will make up the Orionid meteor shower.
At it's peak, before sunrise, between 20 and 25 meteors per hour will zip across the night sky.
For the most part, the meteors will be visible around the constellation, Orion. It will rise in the eastern sky between 10 and 11 p.m. Saturday.
The best time to catch the meteors will be a few hours before sunrise, when Orion is high overhead.