Meteors of the Quadrantid stream are expected this year to reach their peak about Jan. 3 14h by Universal Time.
This is from 6 to 9 AM by clock times in North America – the end of the night.
The time of the picture is 7 hours before the peak. Really the best time would be the end of this night, just before morning twilight, not only because closer to the peak but because, as the night wears on, the radiant of the Quadrantids swings higher and is highest toward dawn.
A few Quadrantids may be seen any time from late December until Jan. 12, and at their peak they may reach a rate of 60 an hour or higher. But the peak time is quite narrow; and those rates imply near-perfect conditions, which we don’t typically get in midwinter.
The Moon is only a few days old (it will be at First Quarter phase on Jan, 5), so it in the sky only for the first part of the night.