Since I restarted my video meteor survey last month, I have been able to record meteors on 31 consecutive nights. That streak came to an end on the night of Jan 24/25 when the first storm in many weeks affected Arizona. To call it a storm might be giving it too much credit as it only brought a few sprinkles overnight and no measurable rainfall to the Tucson area (closer to the AZ/Mexico border a few hundredths of an inch were recorded).
When the clouds aren’t in the way, at least 20-30 meteors per night are being detected. None of the active showers are major meteor producers but a few of the minor ones are actively producing.
Obs Date(UT) Time TOT SPO ANT COM NCC GUM ECV JCO SAL 2014-01-25 00h 00m ***** CLOUDS ALL NIGHT ***** SAL 2014-01-24 06h 55m 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 SAL 2014-01-23 11h 53m 27 18 1 1 1 2 2 2 SAL 2014-01-22 05h 22m 8 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 SAL 2014-01-21 11h 48m 29 23 1 1 1 0 2 1 SAL - SALSA3 camera in Tucson (Carl Hergenrother) VIS - Visual observations from Tucson (Carl Hergenrother) Time - Total amount of time each camera looked for meteors TOT - Total number of meteors detected SPO - Sporadics (meteors not affiliated with any particular meteor shower) ANT - Antihelions COM - Coma Berenicids GUM - Gamma Ursae Minorids NCC - Northern Delta Cancrids ECV - Eta Corvids JCO - January Comae Berenicids