Nancyo, I would have thought you'd seen this and posted, anyway, hope for clear skies for any who want to look.
The Quadrantid meteors peak on the evening of January 3. Like most meteor showers, this one is named after the constellation the meteors appear to radiate from – the "radiant;" in this case, though, the constellation Quadrans Muralis is no longer recognized. The display in 2019 occurs without the Moon in the sky to interfere. You may be able to see more than 100 meteors per hour under dark skies. This may be the best meteor shower of the year (January 3, 2019; 11:30 pm EST).