But terrible weather meant you would have had to have been halfway up a mountain to see anything according to one weather expert.
Meteors look like very distant fireworks and happen when bits of rock and dust fall to earth, vanishing in a streak of light.
The Leonid meteors come from a comet called Tempel-Tuttle, and happen every November when the orbit of earth takes it through the comet's trail.
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