The Northern Lights, a natural phenomenon also known as Aurora Borealis, have been visible across the United States.
The lights are caused by solar activity and a geomagnetic storm that interacts with the Earth's magnetic field.
The lights have been seen as far south as Texas and Oklahoma, which is rare.
The best places to see the Northern Lights are in northern latitudes, such as Alaska, Canada, and Scandinavia.
The lights can appear in different colors, including green, pink, and purple.
The lights are unpredictable and can vary in intensity and duration.
There is a chance that the Northern Lights could be visible again in certain areas tonight.