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Northern lights visible in Saskatchewan skies over weekend

Some people in Saskatchewan were able to catch a glimpse of the northern lights this weekend.

Some people in the province shared their images of the aurora borealis on social media

Instagram user @FIGHTINGTHEGRAV1TY shared this image of the northern lights in Saskatchewan over the weekend. (Instagram/FIGHTINGTHEGRAV1TY)

Some people in Saskatchewan were able to catch a glimpse of the northern lights this weekend.

According to the Weather Network, the aurora borealis was visible across much of Canada. This could continue in places with clear skies until Tuesday.

Scroll through the below presentation to see some of the images Saskatchewan residents shared of the impressive light show above the prairies.

On mobile? Click here to see the social media reaction.

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