The Northern Lights put on a spectacle over northeast Ohio on Friday. Will we see them tonight?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Northeast Ohioans got lucky Friday night with a rare Northern Lights show in the sky, thanks to a massive geomagnetic storm.

Can we see him again tonight?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration map shows it’s possible, although cloud cover could get in the way.

Although on Friday the ring of possible visibility extended to Georgia, on Saturday it stops in Kentucky.

This is the first time since 2005 that NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center issued a Severe Geomagnetic Storm Watch (G4). The center said at least five directed coronal mass ejections were observed from Earth and are expected to arrive and persist through Sunday, with several strong flares associated with a large, magnetically complex sunspot group 16 times the diameter of the sunspot. Land.

The center announced another strong flare on Saturday.

The Northern Lights illuminate the sky over Lake Erie from Lake Avon.

Social media Saturday morning was filled with photos of Clevelanders in Lake Erie parks, watching the spectacle of purple and green take over the night sky.

The best time to see the Northern Lights, also known as the Northern Lights, is between 10:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. Make sure you find a place away from streetlights.

The National Weather Service predicts showers and possibly a thunderstorm, mainly before 3 pm today, with a high near 61. Although skies could clear by evening.

We bet a lot of people will be looking up when it gets dark.