Daylight Saving Time has come and gone this fall, as we all turned our clocks back one hour early on Sunday morning. Even though it's tough to see the sun set much sooner in the late afternoon, it's nice to get the extra hour of sleep.

The weather has been much colder lately, although the clouds have cleared out for much of New York State on Sunday, with temperatures reaching the low-to-mid 50's. It's a nice day after cold, rain and even snow showers over the past seven days.

If you plan on venturing outside tonight, make sure to take a look up into the night sky. That's because you should get a great view of something we rarely get a chance to see, the Aurora Borealis.

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The NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center is forecasting a strong geomagnetic storm will take place on Sunday night, which will extend down to New York State. This means that with little to no cloud coverage, you can get a potential glimpse of the coveted Northern Lights.

The Aurora Borealis is caused by disturbances in the magnetosphere, which are by the way of solar winds. The result is the Northern Lights, but typically in extreme northern parts of the hemisphere (Canada, Greenland, Norway, etc.). Sometimes, it can extend down to the United States, but this one looks like one of the best chances to see the Aurora for those in New York State.

Hopefully the skies stay clear. If you have to be outside tonight, definitely take a peak upwards.

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