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

It’s fair to say that 2020 has been quite an unusual and unexpected year. From the global pandemic to the appearance of a rare Christmas star, nothing about this year has been typical. This week, a solar storm has the potential to make the Northern Lights visible from a list of places you wouldn’t normally be able to see them—and Ohio is included in that list. Here’s what you need to know:

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What do you think? Is there a chance you could see them from where you are? Share your thoughts with us!

For more rare natural phenomenons to be on the lookout for this year, check out our previous article: A Christmas Star Will Light Up The Ohio Sky For The First Time In Centuries.

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