Aurora Forecast Iceland Now – Northern Lights

Aurora Forecast in Iceland now Updated at 15:14, 27. January 2020 Bear in mind that a forecast is a forecast, not a sneak peek into future. A forecast can change and it can be inaccurate. Always review the newest weather data and driving conditions before heading out on your Northern Lights hunt for the evening. […]

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New Features for your Northern Lights Forecast!

New Features for your Northern Lights Forecast! The New Features for your Northern Lights Forecast launched today are: 1) Satellite Thermal Images 2) Faster loading time 3) Enhanced slider functionality 4) ‘Special notifications’ banner Satellite Thermal Images Of these New Features for your Northern Lights Forecast we are most excited to introduce the new Satellite […]

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Using Cloud Cover Forecast for Aurora Hunting

The single most important factor contributing to successful Aurora Hunting is the cloud cover. Why? Because Northern Lights appear in some shape or form almost every night. The problem for the aurora hunter is that the cloud cover is far less accommodating. Auroras form in altitudes of between 90 to 150 km above Earth’s surface […]

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