From this site you can detect meteors even in the daytime and even if it is cloudy. It uses the reflection of radar waves to detect them.
This is a live feed (approx 5 seconds delay) from a system I have at home which is detecting meteors using radar.
I gave a talk to the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers in June 2020 which explains it:
If the streaming is not available please try later. If it is down for a matter of days please let me know.
Other resources for people interested in setting up their own system.
Talk to BSIA 10th Birthday (27th June 2020) (practice version)
PowerPoint used in BSIA talk
Extract of a slightly longer talk to Society for Practical Astronomy - October 2019
PowerPoint used in SPA talk (the details about detecting meteors by radar start at slide 43)
Spectrum Lab download
Spectrum Lab user manual
Collaboration Database (John Berman, who owns this site, often broadcasts a live stream of his setup)
FUNcube Dongle Pro+ site (to buy)
FCD+ Frequency Control Program
Presentation on using Spectrum Lab by Paul Hyde
Commercial aerial (OWL Yagi – made to specification)
Spectrum Lab configuration file
Excel colourgram spreadsheet