Lucky Michiganders were in for a surprise Sunday night into early Monday morning thanks to a geomagnetic storm from the sun.

At least one Michigan resident was able to view the aurora borealis in all its glory.

Dustin Dilworth of D3 Imagery captured this stunning look at the auroras - also known as the northern lights - over the Mackinac Bridge between 2:30 and 3:15 a.m. ET Monday morning. 

NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center issued a geomagnetic storm warning over the weekend with a G2 (moderate) classification, making auroras visible in northern parts of the United States this morning. That included Michigan, though there have been no reports (yet) of anyone seeing the auroras as far south as Detroit.

Several other Michiganders caught a glimpse of the northern lights, too, over the weekend. Nathan Biller snapped this image at 11:19 p.m. Sunday off the coast of Lake Michigan. 

The northern lights shine over Little Sable Point Lighthouse near Silver Lake State Park in Michigan on July 16, 2017.

Here's a view of the lights over a Michigan bridge from Andrew Knapik, who said he took this photo just after 11 p.m. Sunday.

The Mackinac Bridge underneath the northern lights on July 16, 2017.

One Twitter user, "Isaac JC Diener," captured the northern lights a day earlier in Hancock, Michigan.

Were you able to see the northern lights late Sunday or early Monday in Michigan? Email photos and/or video to bmanzullo@freepress.com.

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