NORFOLK, Neb. – Thanks to a severe geomagnetic storm Sunday night, several people in Nebraska were able to see widespread aurora borealis, or northern lights.

They were first viewable in northern Europe, before becoming viewable in the Midwest.

Viewers from Platte, Madison, Scotts Bluff, Banner, Hall, Buffalo and Valley Counties submitted photos of their views.

Meteorologist Geoff Fox said the best place to view the northern lights was as far away from city lights as possible.

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