The Northern lights are at their most frequent in late autumn and winter/early spring. October, February and March are the best months for auroral observations. The highest northern lights frequency is between 6 pm and 1 am.
To get full value from the show you should
avoid the full moon and places with a lot
of light as they make the experience considerably
The Aurora Borealis
Seeing the northern lights is a mystical
moment. Sometimes the northern lights come
all together, dancing across the sky, orange,
purple, green and sunset red. Other times
they are simply curtains of computer-screen
green or a twister of wispy light. The northern
lights are never the same twice.
The Northern Lights; nature's own light show, are solar winds that meet the atmosphere in a zone around the magnetic North Pole, forming arches, waves and curls of light moving across the sky, with sudden rays of light shooting down from space.