ALBANY, NY – New Yorkers and residents of the tri-state region of New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey could be in for a treat tonight if skies remain clear. A meteorologist, Kerrin Jeromin is predicting a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis this evening.
According to the University of Fairbanks in Alaska, you may be able to see the show even further south.
“Auroral activity will be high(++). Weather permitting, highly active auroral displays will be visible overhead from Inuvik, Yellowknife, Rankin and Iqaluit, to Portland OR, Cheyenne, Lincoln, Springfield, and New York City, and visible low on the horizon as far south as Carson City, Oklahoma City, and Raleigh,” the Unversity said on it’s AuroraTracker website.
According to SpaceWeatherLive, aurora activity will be at its height from tonight through early morning tomorrow.
“So there is a lot of buzz about potential #SolarStorm heading our way. The SWPC issued a G3 Geomagnetic Storm Watch for Thursday, Dec 10th. Yellow line on the map shows the furthest southward potential for the #NorthernLights could be observed,” the Cleveland National Weather Service reported.