Sky gazers may get another chance of watching the Northern Lights again tonight in the tri-state region.
A high-speed stream of solar wind has reached causing a geomagnetic storm on earth’s magnetic field. Events such as this causes the Aurora borealis, commonly known as the Northern Lights.
While the extent of viewing was less than expected last night, reports of the event was still seen as far south as Ohio.
To see the event, sky gazers must be far away from the city lights where the sky is in complete darkness and look toward the northern horizon.