Orionid meteor shower is the second one produced by Comet Halley. The first one is Eta Aquarids in May.
Sometimes producing long bright fireballs, which may be able to overcome the moonlit glare.
Generally considered low to a medium strength meteor shower, sometimes we see heightened activity. In 2006-2009, the peak rates were comparable to the largest shower Perseids. But in 2021 we expect normal activity.