The Northern Lights May Be Visible Over New Hampshire This Week Due To A Solar Storm
By Michelle|Published December 10, 2020
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There’s always something special happening here in New Hampshire, but it’s not every day we have access to one of the most famed celestial events in the world! While we’re used to the idea that seeing the Northern Lights means traveling to a place like Iceland or Scandinavia, we could not be more thrilled at the prospect of seeing the display right here!
The solar storm that allows all of this to happen will take place from December 9th through December 11th, but December 10th is expected to be the most impressive display. A great way to make sure you can spot it is to be sure you’re looking at the northern sky. And if you see something, let us know!