Even though there may be some cloud cover Monday evening, you may still be able to see some of the awesome Northern lights Monday night.
Seeing the lights is possible tonight into early tomorrow morning over Montana and northern Wyoming but you’ll have to be patient because of cloud cover.
The cloud cover will increase over western and central areas, so checking out the lights in the east will give you the best chance to see the lights early tonight.
The northern lights, or the aurora borealis, are beautiful dancing waves of light that captivate and awe watchers.
Here are a few fun facts, The northern lights, or aurora borealis, are seen in the night sky in the northern hemisphere. Auroras in the southern hemisphere are known as the southern lights, or aurora australis.
Both the northern lights and the southern lights are polar lights, or aurora polaris, because they occur near Earth’s magnetic poles.