NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Did you find a patch of clear sky and look to the heavens on Sunday night to see the Northern Lights?
Space Weather Watch, a Twitter account run by a space physicist, predicted that the Northern lights had a chance to be seen throughout Connecticut. The page had forecasted early Sunday morning that the southern line of the lights would be in New York and parts of Massachusetts, but updated at about 1:10 p.m. to include Connecticut — and even Philadelphia.
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While the lights typically aren’t spotted in the Constitution State, a solar storm that started on Friday hit the Earth this weekend.
The Northern Lights were also visible through most of the Midwest and all of New England.
While it was a rainy Sunday morning, News 8 meteorologists expect to see passing clouds and potentially rain Monday afternoon.