If it's over 120, it would be the best meteor shower of the year. If it gets to 500, it'll be the best most of us will see in our lifetimes.
You might want to find a spot with a dark sky and stay up late.
http://www.commdiginews.com/environment ... -24-17670/Everything depends on what happened in the 1800s during Comet 209P/LINEAR’s close encounter with the sun. Nobody knows what happened.
It may not make “storm” status, but scientists who have studied it say the debris field that earth passes through next week contains a lot of course material. That means the number of meteors it produces may not break 1,000/hr, but the ones it does produce will be bright and colorful.
http://earthsky.org/space/comet-209p-li ... m-may-2014