Look to the skies and you may just see the infamous "northern lights."
The Space Weather Prediction Center is predicting a G1 geomagnetic storm between June 26 and June 27
That could mean the Aurora Borealis may be visible at high altitudes in the states, including Michigan.
According to their website, the best time to see them is going to be Tuesday night, June 26, overnight until sunrise on the 27.
Seeing the lights in lower Michigan is almost unheard of but the satellite imagery on the website shows its a distinct possibility.
Northern lights or An aurora, or sometimes referred to as polar lights, is a natural light display in the Earth's sky, predominantly seen in the high-latitude regions, according to Wikipedia.