A G2-class (moderate) geomagnetic storm created Northern Lights over the upper-to-middle United States June 6 and 7 when the Earth passed through an area of south-pointing magnetism in the solar wind, according to spaceweather.com. Photographer Clay Bramhallwho captured an image from Goff, KS, that displayed the phenomenon. 'The aurora surprised me,' said Bramhallwho.

 Clay Bramhallwho used a Canon EOS 5D Mark II to capture the northern lights over Kansas. 

More aurorae could come over the evening of June 8 into the early morning of June 9, when a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that left the Sun on June 5 is expected to strike the Earth's magnetosphere, according to spaceweather.com, though the site is not clear whether any of the 48 states will be included at that time. 

 Christian Begeman shot this image near Colton, South Dakota with a Canon 7D

Spaceweather.com is a great site to track incoming CMEs as well as passing satellites, meteors, and other interesting near-space phenomena, often with excellent accompanying images and diagrams.