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Originally posted by SeekerLou
reply to post by CeeRZ
wow thanks ceerz! that is gr8 how you managed to do that soO quickly. Much appreciated. Spouse came in and thinks car headlights which is a good guess... That sound feasible? or look like headlights reflecting? I dunno , they seem a bit too orange though ..
Originally posted by dreamfox1
That light you saw was just water hitting the lens and causing a smear.
Aurora forecasts often distinguish between high, middle and low latitudes. There is no universally accepted definition of these three categories. Here is what we mean by them on spaceweather.com:
High latitudes: e.g., Alaska; Canada; US northern border states such as Washington, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, Vermont and Maine; Scandinavia; northern parts of the United Kingdom; New Zealand and southernmost Australia.
Middle latitudes: e.g., US states like Oregon and northern California, Wyoming, Colorado, Iowa, Ohio, Virginia and North Carolina; northern Germany and Poland; southern parts of the United Kingdom.
Low Latitudes: e.g., US states like Texas and Florida, southern California, Arizona, Arkansas, South Carolina; Mexico; Puerto Rico; Spain and Portugal; nations around the Mediterranean Sea; northern Australia.