Parts of Merseyside and the north of the UK have a chance of seeing the event over the next few nights if skies stay clear during nighttime.
— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) 28 September 2016
The Met Office said: “Assuming clear, dark skies, the aurora should be visible on the northern horizon from much of Scotland and Northern Ireland and possibly into northern England & Wales with the naked eye.
“Further south across the UK it may be possible to capture pictures of the aurora while facing the northern horizon with the use of long exposures on cameras”.
— Met Office (@metoffice) 28 September 2016
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