The Quadrantid meteor shower (named
after a constellation that no longer exists) is caused by the Earth
moving through the path of debris left by an asteroid. Most showers
are created by comets and their peaks can last for several days.
The Quadrantids, on the other hand, only peak for several hours.
This typically occurs on January 3-4 of each year. They radiate
from near the end of the handle of the Big Dipper (which is nested
between the two meteors).
Taken from my backyard in southeastern
Minnesota between a 1 and 2 A.M on 1/4/19.