Much of Wisconsin could get a rare view of the Northern Lights Monday if the weather cooperates. The Alaska Geophysical Institute says there’s a high probability for more flareups from the Aurora Borealis, and the website Aurora-Service Dot Org has hourly forecasts. The Northern Lights flared last Friday night and into Saturday, and folks in the Bayfield area next to Lake Superior were among those treated to a massive display of green and reddish green lights. Sean Miller of the National Weather Service in Sullivan says it’s a big “if” as to whether the Northern Lights could be seen Monday away from the city lights of southern Wisconsin, but it’s possible if the weather’s good. The Weather Service predicts cloudy skies this evening, becoming partly cloudy later on.