Meteor observers all over the world who had clear skies were able to witness meteors from comet SW3, which peaked between 4-5 Universal Time on May 31st. This was close to the predicted time of maximum activity and those situated under the clear skies of southwestern USA and northern Mexico had the best view. Although rates were modest, most observers who viewed from dark locations were pleased with the results. The highest hourly rates reported for these meteors so far has been around 50 (Figure 4). I was able to count 25 per hour, but my skies were less than perfect. These rates compare favorably with medium strength annual showers such as the eta Aquariids and the Orionids. If you missed this display you have a long wait for another opportunity from this source as we do not expect such a favorable encounter again until the year 2033!