Spectators May See Northern Lights Thanks to Solar Winds
UNDATED -- Night owls and early rights may be able to see a glow in the skies tonight.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a magnet storm watch indicating a high speed solar wind stream from the Sun may be heading to Earth displaying the Northern Lights.
This rare sight can be seen during the late night and early morning hours tonight (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday).
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, can display a faint green glow or multicolored fully-sky display along the northern horizon.
A real-time forecast for the Aurora Borealis can be found at www.softservenews.com.