Today, the Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower is set to come to a peak, thus kicking off 'meteor season,' which culminates with the Geminids in December.
Every July, Earth passes through the stretch of space junk, reaching the deepest concentration on the night of the 29th. According to some estimates, under ideal conditions (dark country skies), one can expect to see 10-15 meteors per hour on peak night. The best time to view is in the hours just before dawn as Aquarius is at its highest then, albeit still rather low in the South. To improve odds of seeing meteors, travel out to the country to escape suburban/urban light domes.