SWPC, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), created the map above to highlight the area where Aurora could reach. Although it says "the most likely area of aurora scope" will be between the yellow and green lines, you are more likely to see it reaching only as far south as the green line.
This is because SWPC says that the stronger part of the storm – the G2 clock – comes between kl. 2-5pm when you are still light outside. You are most likely to see Aurora in Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Maine . In addition, you should be able to see it through Canada outside of small parts of southern Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. Although you are in the area as far south as the yellow line, which also includes Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire it is possible that you can see the lights but far from a guarantee.
Of course, Aurora must also be visible in Alaska, but it's not new. Parts of Alaska are among the best places to search for Aurora.