Northern Lights: Here’s Where You Could See The Aurora Borealis Tonight

Peak Time: The aurora borealis can be seen when the sky is clear and dark. Peak time is between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. Statistically, springtime (March/April) and autumn (September/October) have the highest level of aurora activity

Northern Norway: Northern Norway is dark from afternoon until late morning, and the northern lights frequently soar across the sky. This region offers a unique combination of islands, deep fjords, and steep mountains.

Current Forecast: The current forecast indicates that the aurora borealis will be quiet tonight, with a Kp number of 0.67. This means that the aurora will be less intense and may not be visible from all locations.

Dark Skies: The darker the moon, the better for viewing the aurora. Avoid areas with heavy light pollution and try to find locations with minimal artificial light sources

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Customized Alerts: Get Aurora Alerts customized for your location to ensure you don't miss the aurora. These alerts can notify you when the conditions are right for viewing the aurora in your area

Dark of the Moon: The dark of the moon in March is the best time of year to travel to the auroral zone, as the yearly cycle of auroral activity also peaks around the equinox. Clear skies are essential for viewing the aurora

Alaska's Night Forecast: The best time to watch for aurora in Alaska is typically between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m. Clear skies and darkness are essential for viewing the aurora, and the moon can make it more difficult to view the aurora

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