Here’s a rare occurrence for New Jersey. Due to a solar flare on Thursday, the Northern Lights may be visible in New Jersey on Saturday night. Their estimated time of arrival is 8 p.m. tonight plus or minus 7 hours.
Unlike northern points like Alaska, we usually only get a handful of times per year to see the lights, many of which are blocked by cloud cover. Hopefully tonight the conditions will be right for good viewing!
For more info, here is the accuweather.com article on tonight’s Northern Lights
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