People across the north and north-east of Scotland could see the Northern Lights appear tonight following significant solar activity.
The Met Office wrote on Twitter that the chances of seeing the aurora borealis in northern areas of Scotland were high.
This is due to a coronal mass ejection from the sun that occurred on November 2.
The spectacular light show happens when electrically charged particles collide with the Earth’s atmosphere after being released from the sun.
— Met Office (@metoffice) November 3, 2021
Residents of the north and north-east took to social media on October 31, when the lights were last visible.
However, the Met Office also acknowledges that areas in the north and north-east will be prone to cloudy conditions throughout most of the night.
For a more thorough explanation and tips of how to best capture the lights check out our guide here.