The Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder said another storm is forecast for Wednesday night and early Thursday.
On Monday night, people across United States – Wisconsin to Washington – caught a glimpse of the Northern Lights.
Sky watchers from all over the northern US and Canada, as well as from regions that were much farther to the south than from where the Northern Lights are usually seen, were able to view them.
Three hours after his first photo was posted, he shared another where the red curtain of the aurora could still be seen.
The Northern Lights are known as the aurora borealis and the Southern Lights are called the Aurora Australis.
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Vladimir Krupko, head of the Omsk planetarium, said this is the past year in a row of maximum solar activity. This most recent Northern Lights could be seen so brightly and so far south because the coronal mass ejection was so intense.
The Met Office has indicated that – weather permitting – another display may be seen across the country.
“Unfortunately it looks like it will be cloudy tonight but it is hard to predict where you can see them for sure as cloud breaks can occur”.
On its blog, the Met Office said: “A particularly active sunspot came into view during the early part of last week”. On very rare occasions it may be possible to see exceedingly bright aurorae through thin clouds.
The best sightings were in the darkness of rural areas away from the pollution in the towns and cities.
You might see aurora from dusk to dawn throughout the night. So far, there haven’t been any major reported incidences from the recent solar activity, but we may experience some hiccups before the storm has passed.