Northern Lights May be Visible Further South Thanks to Sun Storms
The Northern Lights, which are typically only seen in the farthest north regions of the world such as Alaska and Iceland, may bee seen further south due to some solar storms on the sun. Scientists say that those living in northern regions from Maine to Michigan and anywhere further north around the world, may see the unusual northern lights.
According to the Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado, the storms will likely arrive late Tuesday night or early Wednesday.
These storms aren't much of a threat to satellites or power grids, but will put on a nice show, pulling the aurora of gorgeous reds and greens from the regions close to the Arctic further south.