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We get this question every day. According to observations you are twice as likely to see auroras around the equinoxes. On average, the months of September/October and March/April are often the best.
Auroras are readily visible from late August until late April. We do have daylight here 24/7 in May, June & July.
On average they can be seen from dusk till dawn but they most often appear around 11 o’clock pm (23.00)
Sun storms that interact with earth’s atmosphere is what causes Aurora Borealis.
The particles that interact with our atmosphere are charged. The color and the strength depends on how deep into our atmosphere these particles get.
We want to enjoy the northern lights in darkness. The bright light of the moon has effect on the visibility of the Aurora Borealis. It’s not much but still, hey, turn it off.