We need some sort of amber alert system so that those of you who see the Northern Lights can wake the rest of us up.
Even in Minneapolis, people saw them, we hear.
From what we can tell online this morning, last night put on a show to make the rest of us feel like slugs in the back of the classroom.
We’ll get over it.
The view from St Lawrence Township in @ScottCountyMN. #northernlights were dancing overhead tonight! @MyFOX9 pic.twitter.com/64xdZv97pk
— Greg Kellogg (@Overnights_at_9) June 23, 2015
#northernlights over Cape Cod, Mass. #aurora #Phenomenal pic.twitter.com/KDbwkGsLhP
— Kate Doerflein (@KateIsGreat26) June 23, 2015
#northernlights last night were outstanding! Shot this an hour and a half west of #Fargo pic.twitter.com/0iTmABGjPG
— niteLifePRO (@niteLifePRO) June 23, 2015
Check out these fantastic #NorthernLights photos!! Photos credit: Tracey Hays of Park Rapids, MN. #aurora pic.twitter.com/1FcQW6kVv4
— Aaron White (@AaronWhiteTV) June 23, 2015
Incredible Northern Lights in Brainerd, MN!! #northernlights #mnwx @NWSTwinCities @NWSKansasCity @weatherchannel pic.twitter.com/zeFyeQLzXR
— Andy Ward (@LSStormSpotter) June 23, 2015
Ely, MN already has northern lights at twilight!! #Ely #Minnesota @elyecho pic.twitter.com/6hYcZHIldr
— Hailey Worth (@haileyworth) June 23, 2015
Here's a short gif of my timelapse from tonight's #Aurora event near Billings, MT, USA! @TamithaSkov @SunViewer pic.twitter.com/ZtJDJSQKYu
— Ben Ch ⚜ (@CampBenCh) June 23, 2015