Normally you'd have to travel to the Arctic Circle to see the Northern Lights, but that may not be true tonight.

According to meteorologists, a powerful solar flare last night will make the natural phenomenon known as Aurora Borealis visible for much of the United States.

Accuweather.com is reporting that mostly clear skies along the eastern seaboard tonight could improve visibility in New Jersey, though the lights may be obscured by a full moon.

Experts suggest attempting to view the Aurora Borealis from areas with as little light pollution as possible.