Here's a quick sky-map showing where to watch for the shower (looking to the north-east). Basically, look toward the Big Dipper and you'll see the most meteors:
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Mind you, to see two meteors per minute, you need dark skies (you'll see far fewer from your back yard).
Interestingly, last night I dreamed about watching a curve-ball meteor that descended all the way from the sky to the ground. Let's see if it was prophetic! *g*
So, who would like to do some star-gazing after midnight tonight? Like all meteor showers, it's best at midnight and later as the night side of the Earth turns into its orbit: We hit more space stuff then, much like a car's windshield hits more bugs than the back window. I can even bring along a few telescopes, a couple of chaise-lounges, and some stacking chairs. We just need to drive a little outside of town for decent darkness.