Late tonight and early Wednesday, local sky watchers could see a display of the northern lights visible in Indiana.
According to CNN.com, a huge solar flare is headed toward earth. These flares are the cause of the shimmering night lights seen over the poles.
To see the northern lights, you must be in a dark area with an unobstructed view of the northern horizon.
We have only seen the lights in Indiana on a few occasions, most recently four years ago, on very cold mornings in winter.
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