CLEVELAND -- A coronal mass ejection, or solar flare, from the surface of the sun is giving northern Ohio a chance to see the "northern lights" Monday evening.
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The stream of particles hit earth around 2 p.m. this afternoon and is creating beautiful colors in the sky this evening.
Several reports of the aurora have been received by Channel 3 viewers as a reddish cloud in the northern and western sky.
Clear skies and light winds will continue to offer ideal viewing conditions overnight.