Scots are set to be able to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights this weekend, according to forecasters. The incredible nighttime spectacle is expected to be visible above the UK and Scotland tomorrow evening.
Met Office experts predict that the celestial display could be visible as far south as the north of England. Forecasters also predict a minor geomagnetic storm tomorrow, but there is a slight chance it could be upgraded to a moderate storm.Northern Lights could also potentially continue into Sunday.The forecast reads: "Solar winds are expected to remain Low until the arrival of the fast winds from a coronal hole.
This is most likely to occur on day 3 (15th)."Quiet geomagnetic activity expected until this arrival, becoming Active to Minor Storm as it occurs, with a slight chance of Moderate Storms."Activity then becoming Quiet to Unsettled, with Active intervals and slight chance of Minor Storms during day 4 (16th)."Did you know you can keep up to date with the latest news by signing up to our daily newsletter?We send a morning and lunchtime newsletter covering the latest headlines every day.We also send coronavirus updates at 5pm on weekdays, and a round up of the week's must-read stories on Sunday afternoons.Signing up is simple, easy and free.You can pop your email address into the sign up box above, hit Subscribe and we'll do the rest.Alternatively, you can sign up and check out the rest of our newsletters here.
The Met Office has given stargazers some tips on making the most out of their trip to see the aurora. The best kind of nights to catch the Northern Lights is on a clear night with no cloud cover whatsoever.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk