The shower occurs every October when Earth passes through debris from Halley's Comet.
At its peak, the shower usually produces between 10 and 20 meteors per hour.
At its peak, you will see up to 25 shooting stars per hour - although this is dependent on ideal conditions.
The Orionids are remnants of Haley's Comet, one of the most famous comets, which last flew Earth in 1986.
However, you will need to be somewhere dark with little or no light pollution.
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The meteors are bits of space rock that have entered the earth's atmosphere.
If you miss the peak, you can also be on the lookout for the shower between October 15 and 29, but the meteors may not be as frequent.
The meteors radiate from constellation Orion.
"The moon will set around 5 a.m. local time [on Monday morning], leaving a couple of hours before dusk to view the shower without moonlight", Samuhel said.
After the Orionids, stargazers will have to wait until the middle of November to see another meteor shower with the Northern Taurids peaking on Nov. 11 and the Leonids peaking on Nov. 17. That will keep the marine layer away from the coast, making it easier to see the night sky.