If you didn't get a glimpse of the Lyrid meteor shower this morning, skies will be clear tonight, and you'll have another chance to view on Tuesday morning.

Best time to view will be from midnight through dawn. The waning gibbous moon could cause obstruction of view, as the moon looks to be 87% illuminated. As far as cloud cover, it's a go tonight! An outburst is not expected, but with this event, you could see 10 to 20 per hour. 

For the best chance to view, head out right before dawn in Chattanooga. Sunrise is 6:59 AM EDT tomorrow morning.

Temperatures early tomorrow look to be in the middle 50s. Coats/jackets will be needed if you plan on waiting to get a glimpse of the Lyrids early in the morning!