Northern Lights could be visible in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A geomagnetic storm originating from the sun could produce visible aurora borealis, or northern lights, as far south as central Indiana Monday night.

If visible, expect faint colors of greenish-yellow, white, red or reddish purple.

Best viewing will be mid to late evening, and for a few hours after midnight. Chances for viewing will increase away from city lights and in the northern sky, especially along the northern horizon.

If you happen to see the northern lights, please feel free to share pictures on the Storm Track 8 Facebook page, or through the WISH-TV weather app.

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