In 2014, watch in the wee hours – after midnight and before dawn – on late late Thursday night / early Friday morning on January 3, 2014 in North America. Because the radiant is fairly far to the north on the sky’s dome, meteor numbers will be greater in the Northern Hemisphere.
This shower has a notoriously narrow peak, so predictions might be off by a few hours. Fortunately, in 2014 the waxing crescent moon sets soon after sunset, providing a dark sky for meteor watching.
Or you can just watch the livestream.
Via University of San Francisco