The Space Weather Predictor Center released a statement that certain portions of the northern U.S. will be able to see a G1 geomagnetic storm on June 27.

This means you will be able to see an aurora borealis, AKA the northern lights.

The aurora borealis will be visible all night on June 27 and into the morning hours of June 28.

On Tuesday Gallatin Valley residents were treated to a multi-colored light show peeking over the horizon to the north.

For more details, check out the Space Weather Predictor Center.