Where you can see the Northern Lights in the US tonight

Seeing the Northern Lights typically requires a trip near the Arctic Circle, but on Tuesday night, there is a possibility that the aurora borealis will be visible in the Lower 48.

Weather permitting, the Northern Lights could be visible as far south as Lansing, Mich., Great Falls, Mont., Portland, Ore., Pierre, S.D., and Madison, Wis., and the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Ottawa and St. John’s, according the the aurora forecast at University of Alaska.  The Northern part of Lake Superior is where one is most likely to see the aurora while still in America, Michigan Live reports.

When looking due north, the lights should be visible low on the horizon from about midnight to 3 p.m. when the night is darkest. READ MORE.