Aurora borealis could dazzle skies in northern United States this week

On Wednesday night, keep an eye to the skies throughout Wisconsin. It could be a rare sighting of the northern lights, often known as the aurora borealis.
According to AccuWeather, coronal mass ejections—clouds of charged particles—have been hurled into the solar system by recent eruptions on the surface of the sun.
According to Brian Lada of AccuWeather, “these clouds of particles are projected to collide with Earth’s magnetic field on Wednesday night into Thursday, generating stunning displays of the aurora.”
A strong G3 storm “does bring the northern lights down into the United States,” said Bill Murtagh, the program coordinator at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center. He said sky gazers could see the dancing light display from New England across the Great Lakes into northwest Oregon and Washington state.
That is, if clouds aren’t an issue.
On Thursday, there is a good probability that the northern lights will once again be visible over southern Wisconsin, “although there will be more clouds nearby,” Cronce added , a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sullivan.
Still, Cronce predicted that by Thursday night, the sky in far southeast Wisconsin could be partially cloudy or even clear once more.
Even if clouds do appear, Cronce noted that “we have a really good possibility” for cloud breaks on Thursday night.


By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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