PHOTOS: Northern lights visible in Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A geomagnetic storm was brewing Sunday evening, first seen throughout Europe.
Later on, the potential to see the northern lights grew for the mid and upper latitudes within the United States.
The southernmost point included most of Nebraska, so it was just a matter of getting away from light pollution and cloud cover in order to see it!
At times, it was difficult to see with the naked eye.
But long exposure shots taken by cameras made quite the difference.
Pulsating lights were seen in shades of green, purple, pinks and more, with some pillars as well.
By late Sunday into early Monday, photographers were sharing photos on Twitter from as far south as the Panhandle of Texas.
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Meteorologist Jessica Blum