Northern Lights Show May Repeat Tonight

The skies across many states, including North Carolina, lit up Monday night thanks to the Northern Lights.

We had calls, emails and Facebook posts throughout the night inquiring about the bright red sky.

The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, spilled across the Canadian border into the USA and was seen as far south as Arkansas.

People in Eastern Carolina reported seeing the lights between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m.

WITN Meteorologist Philllip Williams says there is about a 30% chance of seeing the lights again tonight. Keep an eye out after dark and look to the north.

If you snap any photos of the light show, be sure to share them with us at Carolina Camera.


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