May 11, 2024 at 12:55 pm

Extreme Geomagnetic Storm to Hit a Second Time Overnight Tonight Across Southern California; Northern Lights

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Northern lights were visible as far south as Puerto Rico last night, and across Southern California.  They are likely to return again with the next coronal mass ejection arrival between the hours of 10pm and 5am overnight tonight, May 11th, 2024, to sunrise May 12th, 2024, but I am forecasting two main events during that period that no one else is going to say.

More X-flares have happened, so we will be under the chance of seeing the Northern Lights through at least half of this week.

It is recommended you go to a dark sky, away from city lights, with a clear view to the north, down to the horizon.  Your cellphone will be able to catch the lights if in night mode with a 3 to 10 second exposure.

Weather will be cloudy along the coast and inland at the peak time due to the marine layer.  You should travel to the northern deserts.


– Raiden Storm –
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