Weird red glow in the night sky
I live in the low country of South Carolina, and during the night it’s relatively dark. However since about June of this summer at random times between 10 o clock and 3 in the morning I have seen this weird very bright red glow that takes up sky to the north of my house, it takes up a good bit of the horizon in that direction. Seen it about 7 times and last night I saw it 3 times within 15 minute intervals, when it happened it starts out very bright red but then it usually dims out over 30 or so seconds. I’ve checked google maps and the only things that’s over that way is the Francis Marion National Forest, and that goes on for at least 50 miles in that direction and is nothing but empty forest with small towns in between. So because of that I ruled out things like a surge from a electrical plant or something like that, I also looked into different weather phenomena that might cause this and haven’t come up with anything that could consistently be causing this in the night sky almost every single night. I don’t think it’s aliens or anything like that necessarily but it doesn’t seem to make any sense.