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  1. Typical, good aurora and we've got total cloud cover. NOAA has it showing South of the 60° North line, over Northern Scotland as well.
  2. Hi Stew, Like I said, it can be seen that far south, further south sometimes. But we're just coming out of "solar minimum" at the moment (part of a 10 year solar cycle) when there are few sunspots and little solar activity so the chances of seeing anything that far south at the moment is quite slim. I've not seen one display this winter from up here and I'm looking north over a large sea loch. When there has been activity it's been cloudy up here so no photos yet. http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif There's always hopes for tonight though, we have
  3. Photos have been taken of it in Devon but how good it looks to the naked eye I don't know. We are in a quiet period just now so there's not much in the way of activity further south than about 60°N. http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/ohmy.gif
  4. Not that close to us at the moment and not much chance of seeing anything from here tonight anyway, judging by the way the rain is hitting the windows!!
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