I had the best seeing conditions I could hope for where I'm at but only saw 3 meteors over about 75 minutes.
The most impressive one by far turned out to be a firefly coming right towards me so it looked like a bolide for a second. As it turned out part of my view was blocked by a line of trees that formed a very dark shadow against the sky but in that shadow among the trees were thousands of fireflies (more than I've seen most years lately) so I got a pretty good show anyway.
I think this is a great statement!!! Actually got a good laugh reading that one .
I was pretty bummed. We had severe storms and a tornado around 7 pm. The weather said storms and clouds all night but around 11 a clear spot blew in. There was still a pretty good wind blowing and it kept the mosquitos away. I told my daughter and was surprised when she got all excited and ready to join me. We were out for about an hour, from 11.45-12.45 CST before the clouds rolled back in and saw at least 50 mostly in the northern sky. Only a few bigger ones. But it was a great hour spent in a cold wet camping chair. Mostly for the good company.