Aurora Tracker


Use slider to see past KP values and future estimates!
Probability; Yellow is Low, Green is Good, Red is Great!
Moon PhaseKPUTC Time
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StatusStorm LevelLocal Time
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Seconds until update:
2000

859 visits since May 2024!

Tips:

-To see current KP values move the slider so that Status is in the 'Estimated' range, match with Local Time.
-Observed are past KP values, Predicted/Estimated are possible values for the future.
-Times are in 3 hour chunks. Auroras may appear in that timeframe.
-The closer the KP line is to where you live, the better the chance of you seeing an aurora.
-The map also shows day and night time as you move the slider, as well as the KP line.
-Get away from city lights, somewhere you can see the horizon, try 'dark sky finder' in links.
-Auroras are up in space, a full moon or cloud cover can obscure them. Clear nights work best!
-You probably need around a KP 6 to see anything in south Ontario!

Aurora Links

Ventusky
See The Aurora
aurorasaurus
metcheck - aurora_forecasts
auroraforecast
swpc.noaa.gov
alaska aurora forecast
allsky alaska aurora cam
spaceweatherlive
softserve news
AuroraMAX
Space weather
Dark Sky Finder
aurorahunter - solar cycle
gps-aurora-borealis-forecast
Weather network - cloud cover
Moon Phase
Topo map
Storm Classes
aurora-service-forecast
Photo of aurora
<-= Hover over a link or use slider to see more information.


Disclaimer:
This webpage is only as accurate as it's information source. Approximations and generalizations are used in the display image. Great auroras take a bit of luck to spot.