The peak night of the shower is predicted for May 23-24, 2014. Models suggest that the best viewing hours are between 2 and 4 a.m. EDT.
The meteors will radiate from the constellation Camelopardalis, a very obscure northern constellation.
If its raining and you still want to see it, you can look online: Virtual Telescope Project
If you can go outside, look up toward the Northern sky and if you have a decent camera, you might be able to get some fun pictures of the event.