The Northern Lights May Be Visible Over New York This Week Due To A Solar Storm

It’s not every day that you get to witness one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. But this week, upstate New Yorkers might get the chance to do just that. The northern lights, which are bursts of solar energy that are typically only visible in places like Iceland, Norway, and the Arctic, might just be visible in upstate New York this week. According to the Space Weather Prediction Center, New Yorkers could have a surprise in store.

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These predictions don’t necessarily mean that the Northern Lights will be visible in New York this week. But given that it’s such a rare prediction for this part of the globe, make sure to keep watch.

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