Kp 5 forecast

Kp 5 is forecast for Monday night and Tuesday night due to the predicted arrival of a coronal hole high speed stream.
Heads up for auroras possibly dipping down into southern Canada,
all of Alaska, and maybe the northern states bordering Canada.

Jesse Davis Images is having a 75% off sale. Aurora scenes and other
great Alaska photography are available as prints, mugs, phone cases, key chains, and more great gifts.


Super moon and snow lately, but we’re back to auroras soon!

We had a fabulous supermoon and a cozy snow these past few days but here we are now, awaiting more auroras.
Tonight’s forecast is fairly weak, and I am typing this late, so we will start with Friday night/Sat morning.
The forecast is Kp 4. So, this weekend is looking great for auroras in Alaska, and across mid to northern Canada. We like to use NOAA Space Weather for our aurora predictions here at Aurora Borealis Notifications. Check out the link for more science data.

The temps are also getting colder, so time to bust out the full winter gear and camera protection.

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Check out Alaska: my Backyard Calendars by PicAx Photography

Check out Alaska: my Backyard Calendars by PicAx Photography




PicAx Photo Calendar and quiet nights ahead, Kp 2 or 3.

The aurora forecast is quiet with a Kp level of 2 or 3 in the next nights. Low auroras may be seen to the northern horizon in the north.


It is the time of year to start thinking of gifts for Christmas. PicAx Photography is offering a beautiful Alaskan calendar for sale. There are 4 aurora photos in the calendar, and the rest are of the beauty of Alaska. The calendars are on special until Nov 5, so reserve your copy quick! (See link for more info). PicAx Photography also hosts the Wasilla Cam a.k.a the Kick Ax Cam, and you can see the aurora from it *almost* every night!


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