The radar meteor detection based on the Graves frequency detected 2592 meteors during October.
The maximum daily count was 109 on the 14th Oct with an hourly maximum on the same day between 11;00 – 12:00.
This was probably due to the Delta Aurigids which have a peak activity on the 11th but this tends to spread over several days.
The average daily count was 84 and the average hourly count 4.
The Draconids peak on the 8/9 th October and a high level of activity was recorded in the late hours of the 8th , early horus of the 9th.
https://www.imo.net/draconids-outburst-on-oct-8-9/ This meteor stream is linked with Comet 21/Giabcobini-Zimmer and it was thought its latest visitation would cause such an out burst, in fact it was due to an earlier trail of debris from the comet and could have been more spectacular.
The increase in activity can be seen on the data below , see the hourly chart for Oct 8-9.
The epsilon Geminids peaked on the 18th and the Orionids (linked with Halleys comet) peaked on the 22nd.
The hourly and daily plots are shown below as well as a comparison of the daily plots for 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Next month sees the Taurids around the 12th , Taurid fireballs have already been reported ( see SpaceWeather.com) and the Leonids after midnight on the 17/18, the moon shouldn’t be much of a problem.