However, Space-India.com says, "Every year between July 17 to August 24, Earth crosses the orbital path of comet Swift-Tuttle, So, this year it will peak on 11 to 13 August but it will be hard to observe as bright Waxing Gibbous Moon will be there in the sky".
If you're not a night owl, some meteors may be visible earlier, around 9 p.m. Monday, but not as many.
If skies are clear, the Perseid meteor shower should be visible from around midnight until 5.30am.
Stargazers can catch a brilliant sight in the night sky Monday night as the annual Perseid meteor shower will reach its peak into Tuesday.
If the viewing conditions are not ideal, you can view the meteor shower online.
According to NASA, visible meteor rates will be down from over 60 per hour to 15-20 per hour because of the brightness of the nearly-full moon, unlike a year ago when there was diminished moonlight. On average, there will be 50 or more meteors shooting across the sky each hour.
When the "radiant" is highest in the sky, we'll see the most meteors.
NASA scientists advise that although they can be seen any time after 10 p.m., the best time to spot a flurry of meteors will be during the darkest part of the night, in the early hours before dawn, from 11 p.m.to first light.
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Online, Robotic telescope service Slooh will broadcast the meteor shower online on the night of August 12.
Last year, a meteor made headlines when it flashed across the sky in MI.
Yet despite the promising weather this year's Perseids will not be at their best because of the bright Moon in the sky.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.