The arrival of fall ushers in the season of pumpkin spice everything, Bean Boots become everyday footwear, flannel isn't just for lazy Sunday's, falling leaves and falling stars.

Fall is an active season for meteor showers. It's also the last few meteor showers you can view without freezing to the bone. Maine is a great place to see some of the best meteor showers of the year. It's not very hard to find dark areas away from light pollution to get a clear view of the night sky.

The first fall meteor shower is a very hit or miss light show. Some years the Draconid meteor shower features bright and fast outbursts of shooting stars. Other years you'll be lucky the see a few streak across the night sky. Unfortunately NASA predicts the Draconids to very hard to spot this year. Space.com says the peak of the meteor shower will be October 9.

Later in October, the tail of Halley's Comet produces a quality light show. The Orionid meteor shower are some of the fastest and brightest meteors you'll see. Space.com predicts the peak October 21-22. The best viewing will be at 2AM, when you can see about 15-20 meteors per-hour.

November 17 and 18 will be the peak of the Leonid meteor shower. About 10-15 meteors per-hour will light up the sky during its peak. The best viewing will be just before dawn according to EarthSky.org.

Just before the winter solstice, the Geminid meteor shower will peak December 13-14. This is one of the most reliable meteor showers, and easily seen. The "Gems" create long, bright, streaks in the night sky. This is because they hit Earth's atmosphere at a relativity slow speed, about 79,200 MPH. Compared to the speed of Orionid meteors, at around 147,600 MPH.

The best viewing is around 2AM. This is one of the best meteor showers of the year with over 100 meteors per-hour, according to Space.com.