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Northern Lights captured in North Carolina, Virginia areas

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Northern Lights captured in North Carolina, Virginia areas

GRANDFATHERED DOT COM. DID YOU SEE THAT LAST NIGHT? THE NORTHERN LIGHTS WERE CAPTURED AT OVERNIGHT ACROSS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, INCLUDING NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. PETER FORRESTER SENT THESE PICTURES TO US FROM SHENANDOAH VALLEY, VIRGINIA APSO LUTELY GORGEOUS. TYPICALLY THE NORTHERN LIGHTS ARE ONLY VISIBLE IN FAR NORTHERN PLACES SUCH AS THE ARCTIC, NORTHERN CANADA, AND SOMETIMES ALASKA.

Northern Lights captured in North Carolina, Virginia areas

The aurora borealis, or the northern lights, are on many bucket lists, and if you were at the right place at just the right time, you might have been lucky enough to see it Thursday night. Vibrant colors danced across the night sky. Reports of sightings included along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside of Asheville. Top Stories25-year-old mom of two shot to death while holding her 4-year-old child in her arms Greensboro police: Missing 9-month-old boy found safe, father in custody also connected to deadly shootingWSFCS parents frustrated with bus transportation issues10 vehicles vandalized at car dealershipSightings were also reported in Virginia. Peter Forister Photography captured the stunning images and explosion of colors over the Shenandoah Valley. “This night will go down in my memory as one of the most unexpected but remarkable experiences I’ve had living in Virginia,” Peter Forister posted on his Facebook page. The images were captured near the Big Meadows in the Shenandoah Valley.He said the lights were visible for about an hour from about 10:45 to 11:45 p.m. A severe geomagnetic storm allowed for the brilliant lights to make it all the way this far south!Follow Peter Forister Photography on Twitter Follow on Facebook If you captured images of the Northern Lights you can upload them here! NAVIGATE: Home | Weather | Watch NOWCAST TV | Local News | National | News We Love |Trending Stories Keep up with the latest news and weather by downloading the WXII app here.

The aurora borealis, or the northern lights, are on many bucket lists, and if you were at the right place at just the right time, you might have been lucky enough to see it Thursday night.

Vibrant colors danced across the night sky. Reports of sightings included along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside of Asheville.

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Sightings were also reported in Virginia. Peter Forister Photography captured the stunning images and explosion of colors over the Shenandoah Valley.

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Northern lights captured over the Shenandoah Valley, VA. Photo Courtesy: Peter Forister Photography

“This night will go down in my memory as one of the most unexpected but remarkable experiences I’ve had living in Virginia,” Peter Forister posted on his Facebook page. The images were captured near the Big Meadows in the Shenandoah Valley.

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Northern lights captured over the Shenandoah Valley, VA. Photo Courtesy: Peter Forister Photography

He said the lights were visible for about an hour from about 10:45 to 11:45 p.m.

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A severe geomagnetic storm allowed for the brilliant lights to make it all the way this far south!

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If you captured images of the Northern Lights you can upload them here!

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Northern lights captured over the Shenandoah Valley, VA. Photo Courtesy: Peter Forister Photography

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