According to the Space Weather Prediction Center of the NOAA, an explosion of solar energy from the sun will hit the earth on Wednesday evening. There is nothing to fear from the solar storm; The only problem is possible weak power grid fluctuations.
But a funny side effect will be the activity of Aurora Borealis.
Obviously, a clear sky is needed to see the northern lights, and it is better to observe the solar activity in a dark sky, which means that light pollution and the brightness of the moon can limit the ability to see the aurora
The aurora borealis is generated by electrically charged particles from the sun that strike the earth and collide with the atmosphere. The collision generates energy that creates the light that makes the Aurora visible.