The Northern Lights graced the UK’s skies for a second consecutive night, with stunning displays observed in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, and glimpses in North Wales.
Northern Lights in Dorset, UK. (Twitter)
Even further south, the lights were seen in Somerset, Cheshire, and Lancashire, following rare sightings on Sunday night.
Northern Lights seen in the UK. (Twitter)
The UK’s Met Office attributed these sightings to a powerful geomagnetic storm and clear skies in southern regions, caused by a coronal hole high-speed stream and a rapid coronal mass ejection.
Northern Lights seen in the UK. (Twitter(
The Met Office suggested that there could be another opportunity to see the Northern Lights tonight.
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