Tonight and tomorrow nights aurora forecast are quiet. This means if we see the northern lights, they may be a simple band, low, or even non-existent. Saturday night, as it stands now, the forecast is active, which means a display that dances or is higher in the sky. This of course, is depending on the weather. Both Fairbanks and Anchorage Saturday weather forecasts are cloudy with possible rain.
We’ll post updates as conditions change.
Last night the aurora came out early, before the clouds took over. Aurora was seen in (as reported to ABN) North Pole, Fairbanks, Fox, and parts of Eagle River and Wasilla, where the clouds had an opening in the sky.