If you missed the aurora earlier this week, don’t worry; the northern lights are forecast to be stronger than Wednesday night on Thursday night.

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According to the University of Alaska Anchorage Geophysical Institute, the aurora could be seen from Barrow to Anchorage — if weather is permitting.

In Anchorage, and other parts of southcentral, skies are expected to stay clear, giving spectators a good chance of witnessing the northern lights dance in the sky.

Further north, in Arctic communities, clouds could damper viewing opportunities.

The aurora made two appearances over Anchorage Wednesday evening, once shortly after 10 p.m. and again after 2 a.m.