There is a G1 watch issued for March 14 and the next couple of nights.
Kp 5 possible.
As of this post at 830pm Alaska time, the data is looking poor. Things could change rapidly though.
Weather forecast may hinder viewing.
*Fairbanks, Alaska weather calls for snow showers and cloudy skies the next couple days. YOU MUST CHASE THE WEATHER TO SEE AURORAS. Look at the weather forecast and radar for surrounding areas and determine if driving away from Fairbanks will be best.* Roads are “ok”, and pullouts have been plowed previously. Check 511.alaska.gov for current road conditions. Alternatively, you can book an aurora tour, and they will advise if they are chasing the aurora by driving away from the weather. If you would like a stress free aurora watching time, and you are on your dream trip, hiring a tour guide is a GREAT IDEA. Try The Aurora Chasers or SkyFire in Focus tours for aurora viewing. I am not sure if there are last minute openings.
Anchorage weather snow and clouds tonight but tomorrow night clear.
Whitehorse weather clouds tonight and partly cloudy tomorrow night.
WATCH: Geomagnetic Storm Category G1 Predicted
Highest Storm Level Predicted by Day:
Mar 13: None (Below G1) Mar 14: G1 (Minor) Mar 15: G1 (Minor)
THIS SUPERSEDES ANY/ALL PRIOR WATCHES IN EFFECT
NOAA Space Weather Scale descriptions can be found at
Potential Impacts: Area of impact primarily poleward of 60 degrees Geomagnetic Latitude.
Induced Currents – Weak power grid fluctuations can occur.
Spacecraft – Minor impact on satellite operations possible.
Aurora – Aurora may be visible at high latitudes, i.e., northern tier of the U.S. such as northern Michigan and Maine.