Quadrantids are likely to peak around 21h UT on January 3 to 06h UT on January 4.

New moon has created an ideal situation for observing this meteor shower. So wherever you are (preferably away from city light) give it a try..

The radiant of this shower is in the constellation bootes.  The name of this meteor shower is from Quadrans Muralis, which is a part of bootes. The parent body is a minor planet 2003 EH1.

In 2009 the ZHR exceeded 120 and this years New Moon provides an excellent opportunity for amateur astronomers across our country.

If you observe anything do submit your data to IMO.