"It's very angry," a space-weather expert says of the sun. But it probably isn't angry enough to send the northern lights as far south as Philadelphia. Our chance might come later.
The best opportunity for seeing the northern lights in the Lehigh Valley will likely be early Thursday morning and again on Thursday night from places with dark skies and a view to the north.
Keep an eye to the sky across Wisconsin on Wednesday night as the aurora borealis, or northern lights, may be making a rare appearance.
A strong geomagnetic storm could spur the northern lights from New England to the Great Lakes to Oregon.
There could be visible aurora borealis as far south as the Washington-Oregon border, according to NOAA Space Weather. Here's what to know.
A big category G3 geomagnetic storm is heading for the upper midwest which means Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota could see some spectacular northern lights.
Depending on where you are in New York and the weather, you may be able to see the aurora borealis over the next few days.
A strong geometric storm is expected Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with the highest potential to see an aurora being Thursday night.
If you're lucky enough to get clear skies, you could be in for a brilliant show.
The Northern Lights, known scientifically as auroras borealis, are triggered by geomagnetic activity from the Sun. They typically occur closer to the North Pole, near Alaska and Canada.
Aurora borealis may be visible over Washington for the next couple of nights, but Wednesday is your best chance to see it.
If you've never gotten a chance to see the northern lights, you might be able to do it this week without having to go very far.
Keep an eye to the sky Wednesday night: The aurora borealis, aka northern lights, may be making a rare appearance.
A strong geomagnetic storm could push the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, farther south than usual.
The Space Weather Prediction Center has issued a geomagnetic storm watch for a G3 level storm intensity Wednesday night into Thursday morning.