Attention Star Gazers: There is a chance people who don’t often see the Northern Lights will be able to do so today or tomorrow. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says due to plasma eruptions on the sun, the aurora might be visible across parts of Montana, the Dakotas, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Illinois, Michigan, northern New York State and much of New England. If they are visible, NOAA forecasters say it will happen in the early morning hours before daybreak.

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