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Where should you go to see the northern lights?


Updated March 22, 2019 11:51 AM EDT

Editor's note: This article was originally published on Jan. 17. We are republishing it today because on Saturday, the northern lights might be visible in cities as far south as New York and Chicago.

The phenomenon is being caused by a geomagnetic storm pushing the lights farther south than usual, according to meteorologists.

NEW YORK (CIRCA) — There are many things to dislike about the winter, including, but certainly not limited to, the lack of sun. However, there's one case where the darkness works to your advantage. We're talking about the northern lights — the stunning and colorful light display that makes itself known during this chilly season.

Depending on where you live, you'll probably have to travel for your best chances of viewing this sensation. But when it comes to your destination, there are plenty of options!

Find out which one is right for you by taking this quiz!

Where should you go to see the northern lights?

Vacation should be a time to unplug from the realities of life, which includes literally unplugging your various forms of technology.

It's not always easy to disconnect from the internet, but by choosing an off-the-grid destination for your next trip, you'll have no real say in that matter. Get ready to relax by finding your perfect journey in just six questions!

Which off-the-grid vacation should you take?


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