Nothing terribly exciting in the next night or two is forecast. The interior of Alaska may see low level displays of northern lights. Face north, northeast, and look low on the horizon. Clouds may interfere with viewing. Kp 1 or 2 expected.
The northern lights are being seen in the interior from the Fairbanks area tonight beginning around 11pm. The Kp index is 1. The temperature is -37F.
The forecast is quiet to active with a chance of major storming. That is what NOAA Space Weather predicted at 2pm. As of this post at 9pm, the aurora is very quiet. The Kp level is 1. We will see typical displays in the Fairbanks area, but possibly not until after midnight. Right now, the…
The Fairbanks area has lights! A long aurora band can be seen across the sky. Faint at times, but brightening. Kp 1. Time of this post 11:55pm
The expected CME that was supposed to hit yesterday, or last night, never arrived. Sporadic, faint lights appeared randomly. Tonight, the aurora is trying to make an appearance. Look to the northeast in the Fairbanks area. Kp 1. Another CME is expected to hit in a couple days, a weekend aurora possible!