An aurora may be visible in some parts of the Northern Hemisp after a possible geomagnetic storm Wednesday, according to the Space Weather Prediction Center.

The SWPC has predicted strong geomagnetic storming Wednesday followed by a minor storming watch for New Year’s Eve.

G3 geomagnetic storming could affect satellite and low-frequency radio navigation, according to the SWPC. The aurora may be visible as far south as Illinois and Oregon.

The SWPC predicted G3 storming for early Wednesday morning, around 7 a.m. EST, but the geomagnetic storming may occur later than expected.

Aurora displays may be visible around northern Michigan or Maine.

If you’re living in a northern latitude and want to be alerted about potential aurora displays, you can use the SWPC’s aurora 30-minute forecast.

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