The Northern Lights May Be Visible Over North Carolina This Week Due To A Solar Storm

December’s magical celestial events just keep on coming – and after the year we’ve had… we’re excited to end the year on such a high note. In case you haven’t heard, a Christmas star will grace the skies over North Carolina later this month. But before that, tonight through Friday night we have a good chance at seeing the Northern Lights as far south as possibly even North Carolina, thanks to a geomagnetic solar storm taking place.

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Have you ever seen the Northern Lights from North Carolina? We’d love to know so leave a comment (or even a photo) if you have!

And for more on that magical Christmas star that’ll be visible later this month from North Carolina, keep reading: A Christmas Star Will Light Up The North Carolina Sky For The First Time In Centuries!