Northern Lights fail to impress in the Inland NW

SPOKANE, Wash. - You might be able to see a slight view of the Northern Lights out on the horizon tonight in Spokane. It might be a little more of a glow than full-on Northern Lights with the naked eye, but if you use a camera or telescope, you might get a pretty nice view. According to NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center, your best chance to see them will be on Wednesday night between 7:00 and 11:00 p.m. 

The weather forecast will definitely help with view conditions, we are likely to see clear skies tonight across the Inland Northwest. Try to get away from unnatural light to get the best view. Of course, the farther North you go, the better! The best views will be up in Canada, in cities like Edmonton or Fort McMurray.