Wednesday night saw the Aurora Borealis light up the night sky.
Flashes of red, green and pink were seen across the region thanks to clear skies.
Hopefully it will set the scene for further spectacles in 2017.
This picture of the Northern Lights was taken by Angi Wallace at 12.35 am this morning.
She says she sat waiting patiently in a chair for over three hours for clouds to clear and the aurora borealis to appear.
She was finally rewarded with clear skies and a brief 5 minute light display of the aurora.
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There was a festive light display for a lucky few last night as clear skies led to perfect Aurora spotting conditions.
People in the east saw some spectacular scenes as the Northern Lights brought a splash of colour to the night's sky.
Here are some of the pictures you have been sending in.
Two nights ago a lucky few were able to spot the Northern Lights over the north of the UK.
This was thanks to an increase in geomagnetic activity- a scenario that has been repeated today.
If this lasts it could mean good news for aurora spotters in the region tonight.
The main problem we are facing is cloud levels.
The general trend os for the cloud to break through the late evening - with clearer skies developing after midnight.
At the moment it is a case of keeping your fingers crossed and watching this space.
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There were wonderful scenes to be spotted in our skies overnight as the Northern Lights made an appearance for a lucky few who stayed up into the early hours.
The purple, yellow and green lights were visible in Northern England and Southern Scotland.
Readings from aurorawatch showed above average geomagnetic activity readings last night.
The website has said this means,
As to whether we will have a similar scene tonight - at the moment it is a case of waiting and watching.
- If you catch a glimpse of the Aurora tonight do tweet @itvtynetees or email firstname.lastname@example.org your pictures.
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 -