People of Chicago can see the Northern Lights from their city

A real historic event can happen to the people of Chicago in front of their eyes.

No, it is not the Mayoral Elections.

There is another historic moment in the form of Northern Lights. The people of Chicago can see the Norther Lights with their eyes in their own city.

Experts are saying that the Northern Lights can be visible this weekend in Chicago.

However, the chances of this happening are real slim.

The most interesting thing about this is that the Norther Lights are only visible within some hundred miles from North.

The Northern Lights are also referred to Aurora Borealis.

It is real hard to predict the extent of the Aurora Borealis as many factors are involved.

The main factors for their extent is the amount of energy coming from the Sun and how this energy from the Sun will interact with Earth’s atmosphere.

People are optimistic that they can see the Lights in front of them in their city which has never happened before.

The latest forecasts from the experts are that the possibility of seeing the Norther Lights can happen as far as Northern Illinois.

But for it to happen in Chicago, there are limiting factors that will impact it from this historic event.

The forecast for the Northern Lights’ optimal time is before the sunrises on Saturday and also on Saturday night.

The problem with this is Chicago’s overcast conditions.

The skies will be clear on Saturday between 2-6 a.m. This gives a small and not favorable time for people to see the event that has a real small possibility.

If you want to maximize your chance of seeing the Northern Lights, you need to take the following steps.

  • You have to look towards the northern sky.
  • You have to be as far away from the city lights that will hinder the natural lights.
  • You have to pray that the moon is not bright during the forecasted time

Managing editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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