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Will we see the northern lights again this weekend? It's likely

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 Will we see the northern lights again this weekend? It's likely

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The northern lights put on a captivating show in Western Washington and other parts of the U.S. and the world, with a chance to continue over the weekend. Forecasters predict visibility Saturday night and Sunday, although it may not be as intense as before. The phenomenon was caused by a severe geomagnetic storm from solar outbursts, leading to spectacular light displays. While these storms can impact power grids and communication systems, no significant effects have been reported so far. The best time to view the northern lights is between 9 p.m. and midnight away from light pollution on clear nights. NOAA advises that most people won't be affected by these space weather events, emphasizing the beauty of the aurora for observers.

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