Sky watchers in the United States will soon have a catch Rare sky view: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Forecast Center (NOAA) Geomagnetic storm watches have been announced for Sunday, September 27th to Tuesday, September 29th, meaning that tonight northern lights can be seen from some parts of the country.
Where the Northern Lights appear
If you live in the northern part of the US, you have a better chance of catching northern lights, depending on the weather and other factors. States and regions where northern lights appear are Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, New England, and the Pacific North West. Aquaweather. However, winds can bring smoke from wildfires in California to Washington, making it difficult to see the night sky.
How to see Northern Lights tonight
With clear skies, you have a better chance of catching the northern lights if you are at high altitudes NOAA. Like most sky views, the darker the night the sky, the better. So, if you live in areas where northern lights can be seen, try to find a place away from light pollution. Once you find a good area with unobstructed views of the sky, look out at the northern horizon.
Can’t personally catch the northern lights? Atmospheric phenomenon you can stream from home Explore.org, the live cam of Polar Bears, Located at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in Manitoba, Canada.
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