Cloud Cover Spoiling Chance Of Seeing Northern LightsBy
Increasing cloud cover lowers the odds of already slim chances of seeing the lights in Indy. Most reporting stations west of I-69 are reporting an overcast to mostly cloudy layer at 10-11,000 feet.
There is still a narrow window of oppurtunity in eastern/southeastern Indiana before the overcast increases overnight. Based on latest infrared satellite… it appears Ohio may have the most optimal sky conditions tonight for viewing.
The odds were not high based on Central Indiana’s proximity to the southern edge of the auroa oval. Nonethelss… good luck tonight and please post any pics on the WTHR Facebook page if you’re lucky enough to catch a glimpse