Each month it feels like there’s some astrological wonder happening. Between full moons and shooting stars, there are a lot of reasons to look towards the sky. But last night, some lucky Seattleites caught a truly rare sight, the Northern Lights aka the Aurora Borealis.

If you missed out, don’t worry because we’re here to give you a round-up of some of the most stunning pics from last night’s Aurora Borealis sighting in Seattle.

The Seattle skyline looks good already but it definitely looks even better with the faint overhead shadow of the Northern Lights.

Ah, why not throw in another skyline pic.

Other parts of Washington were lucky enough to see the lights as well. Here’s the light casting its glow over Puget Sound.

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Here’s another view from just across the Sound on Bainbridge Island.

Want to see them move?

Some lucky folks a bit further south in Lynden also got a glimpse of the lights.

If you missed out we hope that these pictures help ease some of your FOMO. Either way, be sure to keep your eyes on the sky folks, you never know what you’ll see up there. Have a great week!