From women’s health
Skywatchers in the United States may soon be able to capture a rare celestial sight: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center announced geomagnetic storm clocks from Sunday, September 27 to Tuesday, September 29, which means Tonight the Northern Lights may be visible from parts of the country.
Where the Northern Lights can be seen
If you live in the northern parts of the United States, you have the best chance of catching the Northern Lights, depending on the weather and other factors. States and regions where the Northern Lights may be visible include Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, New England, and the Pacific Northwest, according to AccuWeather. However, the wind can bring the smoke from the California fires to Washington, making the night sky more difficult to see.
Like watching the Northern Lights tonight
Along with clear skies, NOAA says you have a better chance of capturing the Northern Lights if you are at a higher altitude. And as with most celestial places, the darker the night sky, the better. So, if you live in regions where the Northern Lights may be visible, try to find a place away from light pollution. Once you’ve found a good area with a clear view of the sky, look towards the northern horizon.
Can’t catch the Northern Lights in person? You can stream the atmospheric phenomenon from home thanks to Explore.org and Polar Bears’ live cam, located at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in Manitoba, Canada.
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