Saturday night gave a lucky few a view to remember.
The Northern Lights were active over our region - with people on Holy Island getting some amazing views.
Here are some of the pictures we have been sent.
Ashly told us -
The light show was amazing and lasted for over 5 hours!
We left Sunderland at 6.30 on Saturday evening and returned home at 6.00am on Sunday morning… shattered but ecstatic.
There is a chance we could see the Northern Lights tonight - Here is a quick guide.Read the full story ›
Tonight is the best chance to see the Northern Lights in our region for a long time.
No guarantees - but if it does happen you might want to know how to photograph it.
Viewer Alison Leddy has given us her top tips for capturing the phenomenon on camera.
Go as far away from any light pollution as possible and look to the north for clear dark skies.
The coast is generally the best.
Be prepared for a long wait and keep taking photos and checking on your camera.
A lot of the time it isn't visible to the naked eye but because you are doing a long exposure, your camera's sensor picks up the light and colours.
Best tip ever is to wrap up warm, it could turn into a long night.
If you do get a picture you can email me your pictures to:
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And good luck!!
Conditions are right for sightings of the Northern Lights in Scotland and the north of England.Read the full story ›
A rare glimpse of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, was captured by viewers last night.Read the full story ›
People across the North East were out late for a rare glimpse of the Northern Lights last night.
This picture was taken by one of our viewers, Nick Wesson, in Saltburn-by-the-Sea in North Yorkshire.