Scientists are optimistic of another rare glimpse of the Northern Lights tonight, as the epic solar storm continues over British shores.
The incredible natural wonder, officially known as the Aurora Borealis, is not typically an experience Britain is used to enjoying. Instead, people head to Northern Scandinavia and Iceland to witness the light show.
For the best chance of decent sightings you’ll need clear, dark skies and a clear view north, says Jonny Cooper, director of the tour operator Off the Map Travel.
“It’s a good idea to look on a map and travel to an elevated location with an uninterrupted view to the north, with as little light pollution possible,” he added.