This could be just the beginning of a really terrific display on March 16th and 17th.
That's when a solar coronal mass ejection (CME, movie) is due to hit Earth's magnetic field. NOAA forecasters estimate a 30% chance of geomagnetic activity and a 5% chance of severe geomagnetic storms. Sky watchers in Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia, and northern-tier US states such as Minnesota and Wisconsin should be alert for auroras.
What does this have to do with UFO's? Many enthusiasts are speculating that this event may bring forth an enhanced opportunity to capture UFO activity on camera. The reasons range between a number of ideas such as fluctuating magnetic fields or disturbances that have an effect on those crafts utilizing such relative technologies which might effect their ability to cloak themselves properly.
Other reasons might suggest that the characteristics and colors of the sky may present a different canvas to snap shots with allowing enhanced visibility. Perhaps UFO's find events like this one somewhat historical and worthy of monitoring which might generate heavier UFO traffic.
So get out your cameras and standby for what could be your photo opportunity of the year.
An additional note on this event by other investigative type might entertain an enlightened state of readiness as the Sun may be acting outside of its normal cycle of activity, as scientist understand it to be.
This event may be priming the way for a much larger solar event anticipated to occur sometime in the very near future.