PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (CBS) — Residents in certain parts of the region saw a majestic light show in the sky Sunday night.
A geomagnetic storm brought sightings of the Aurora Borealis, more commonly known as the Northern Lights.READ MORE: Mother Mourns Loss Of Lowell Murder Victim Dejah Jenkins-Minus: 'I'm Hurt, I'm Numb'
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The Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire reported a sighting at 8 p.m., and captured the colorful glow.
They could also be seen in Maine and as far south as Massachusetts.MORE NEWS: Celtics Beat Short-Handed Raptors For 4th Win In 6 Games
You’re more likely to spot the colorful night sky looking north along the horizon and away from the city lights.