The SWPC image above highlights the region where you're most likely to see the aurora. Residents of the northern portions of Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin should be able to catch the aurora if the skies are clear. The same goes for anyone in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and most of Ontario and Quebec.
As a representative from the SWPC previously told Thrillist, there's no guarantee you'll see the Lights if you're in the above area. "You need very clear skies, a good view of the northern horizon (no trees, buildings, or hills), and it needs to be dark," they noted via email. You'll want to get as far from city lights as you can to get the best show, particularly with a moon that's just past full in the sky.
Nonetheless, a G1 geomagnetic storm can create a beautiful display, like the one below. It was seen over Mackinac Bridge in Michigan during a G1 storm earlier this year.