As Canadians, we’re lucky enough to host the amazing light show in the sky that is the Aurora Borealis. Unfortunately, the Northern Lights are usually only visible over the Northern-most parts of the country like the Yukon and Northwest Territories. But Friday night and Saturday night that’s not the case!

Residents in various parts of Ontario will be getting a very high chance of spotting the Aurora Borealis in the sky, according to the Space Weather Prediction Centre’s 3-day forecast.

A G2 major geomagnetic storm is in alert for the 23rd which basically means it’s the perfect storm offering great chances of viewing the Northern Lights for us here in Durham Region. All you need to do is get out of the City lights, We have photographed the Northern Lights several times along Winchester Rd, Grandview St N and north of Port Perry.