One of nature's best light shows is expected to make its way a little further south this weekend. 

The Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) issued G1 and G2 geomagnetic storm watches for Sept. 27-28, meaning the northern lights will be visible in parts of the U.S.

"Geomagnetic activity is expected to rise on Sept. 27 due to an increasingly disturbed solar wind field associated with effects of a positive polarity coronal hole high speed stream," the SWPC said. "Geomagnetic activity is expected to escalate further in reaction to the elevated solar wind speed and likely reach G2 storm levels on Saturday, the 28th."

Those in northern Idaho, northern Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin might be able to catch a glimpse of aurora borealis this weekend. 

Get somewhere with little light pollution and a good view of the horizon and be patient in your watch.

More from GateHouse Media:

Gender reveal video featuring hippo at Texas zoo births viral attention, criticism  'The Twilight Zone' is coming to theaters this November This guy proposed to his girlfriend by planting a carrot inside of a ring