If you live in the northern United States or Canada, there’s a chance you’ll be able to see the Northern Lights tonight. Per USA TODAY:
“The Space Weather Prediction Center on Tuesday issued a G2 (moderate) geomagnetic storm watch for Thursday, meaning an aurora borealis could be visible…The sky spectacle Thursday could be visible in states such as Montana, the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Illinois, Michigan, northern New York State and much of New England, according to the prediction center. Folks in cities such as Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany and Boston all have a chance of seeing the aurora.”
For updates and to track the Northern Lights near you, use the Aurora Forecast app.
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