Aurora Borealis May Be Visible Over NJ Tonight [VIDEO]
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.
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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.