You may be able to see the Northern Lights over Seattle tonight

Sep 28 2020, 8:47 pm

Cross your fingers for clear skies this week because parts of the US could be treated to a spectacular show thanks to an incredible atmospheric phenomenon: the Northern Lights.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has issued a “G2 Moderate Watch” for September 28.

Seattle northern lights

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If you’re looking up at tonight’s skies, NOAA’s Aurora Forecast model shows that your best chance of seeing the Northern Lights in the US is if you are located north of the yellow lines on the map.

To catch the lights in full display, try to head away from city centers, light pollution, and competing light sources in the sky.

Don’t forget your cameras, remember to be patient, and sit back and enjoy Mother Nature’s light show.

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