Northern Lights dazzle skies and eyes in Southern Interior

The Northern Lights put on a dazzling show late Saturday, May 27, for anyone able to fight off yawns and stay up late enough.
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There's something magical about watching the Northern Lights and over the weekend and many in the Southern Interior were treated to a breathtaking show.

Professional photographers and videographers took stunning footage and others snapped photos with their cell phones. 

According to posts on social media, the Aurora Borealis were most vibrant in Kamloops late Saturday night, May 27. Many stargazers took to social media with photos and video of the event.

If you were lucky enough to catch footage or saw the Northern Lights, comment and share your stories below.



?? @scottprojectphotography // #BCisBeautiful

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Aurora in kamloops~ #aurora #northlight #kamloops #bc #canada @angela_zhangshaohan @hellobc

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