Cosmic fireworks possible tonight

Debris shed by comet Linear may produce a

Debris shed by comet Linear may produce a visible meteor shower early Saturday morning.

Fireworks aren't usually associated with Memorial Day weekend, but this year could be an exception with a display of cosmic pyrotechnics.

If the weather cooperates, News 12 Meteorologist Joe Rao says the Hudson Valley will see a new meteor shower that might pepper our skies with debris shed by a comet.

The impending star shower will actually be caused by dust shed from comet "Linear,"...

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