Clear skies over Scotland have made Northern Lights visible in parts of the country this weekend.
Forecasters predict that the aurora borealis is also tipped to put in an appearance on Sunday.
The Met Office say a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) that left the Sun late on the 22nd November is expected to arrive overnight.
Aurora become visible across parts of northern Scotland and similar latitudes, dependent on the exact timing of the arrival of the enhancements.
Fast solar winds bringing the possibility of “additional enhancement” on Sunday night into Monday morning.
Several people have reported seeing the natural light show on Saturday.
This year has seen an increasing interest in spotting the Northern Lights.
On November 5, the aurora borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, was visible in Northamptonshire and Northumberland and some onlookers even spotted a strong thermal emission velocity enhancement (Steve) which is a phenomenon that often appears as a purple or green streak in the sky.
The lights have been visible by keen stargazers – leading to some beautiful photography and timelapse videos of the phenomena.
Once again the next couple of nights will offer the chance to see the Aurora.
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