Northern Lights elude Northern Utah
Despite predictions the northern lights could return Sunday night, there were no reports of Utahns seeing the rare phenomenon.
Despite the Salt Lake City office of the National Weather Service indicating Sunday that the Aurora Borealis, more popularly known as the "northern lights," could make a return to Utah’s skies, there were no reports of anyone in Utah seeing the spectacle Sunday night.
According to the NWS, conditions appeared good for the sky show to be seen in parts of the state with skies expected to clear and a strong geomagnetic storm forming.
Monday's forecast from the Space Weather Prediction Center doesn't put Utah in the main target area of the Aurora Borealis for Monday.
During the overnight hours of April 23-24, some Utahns, including those in Summit and Wasatch counties, were treated to the northern lights.
You can find more here: https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/content/aurora-dashboard-experimental