A geomagnetic storm heading towards Earth may cause the northern lights to be visible in parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has said a strong geomagnetic storm is heading towards Earth.
As a result, the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, may be visible in parts of northern Pennsylvania and New Jersey late Thursday night.
Experts said it is best to go out within two hours of midnight and get far away from city lights for the best chance at spotting the lights in the sky.
The storm can also cause disruptions with electronics, radio frequencies and GPS signals.