The map above was issued with a previous G1 storm but shows the area where you might spot the aurora. Everything from the light green line northward is in that area. That includes the northern portions of Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin, as well as British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and most of Ontario and Quebec.
You'll get the best possible view of the Northern Lights if you get away from the light pollution of city centers and head out toward dark skies in parks and other natural spaces. A representative from the SWPC previously told Thrillist, "You need very clear skies, a good view of the northern horizon (no trees, buildings, or hills), and it needs to be dark."