The northern lights may be visible in Metro Vancouver on four nights this week.
The best time to see the aurora borealis is between 10 PM and 2 AM.
Clear skies and low light pollution are essential for viewing the northern lights.
The northern lights are caused by solar particles colliding with Earth's magnetic field.
The colors of the aurora borealis depend on the type of gas particles involved.
The northern lights are a rare and beautiful natural phenomenon that can be seen in many parts of the world.
If you want to see the northern lights in Metro Vancouver, head to a dark, open area away from city lights.