While Long Islanders watched the skies for a rare sight at the Northern Lights, many are questioning whether or not they saw anything at all.
Lights were estimated to appear beginning at 8 p.m. and were predicted to continue for up to seven hours. However, overcast skies and misty weather obscured the view of the show for many.
Read the full Aurora Borealis predictions for our area here.
Were you able to see the Northern Lights Saturday night and Sunday morning? What time did you see them? Could you see them from your home or did you head to a special viewing spot?
Tell us in the comments!