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    August almost 9 years ago

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    May, June, July - too bright (long summer days). August is good - dark night, warm evenings. Equinox months of September and March - aurora is statistically highest, but fall weather is often rainy with cloudy skies, but March is usually pretty cold! October through February are good but see earlier cooment re:cold! Sun is entering a period of increased sunspot activity, peaking 2013-2014, so the next few years should be pretty good for aurora viewing. almost 9 years ago

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    You start to be able to see them in late August and they are visible through the entire winter until about late April. The summer months there is daylight for about 20-24hrs depending on your actual location. over 8 years ago

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