The map above displays the cloud cover forecast for the next few days. White color means clear skies, while green represents cloud cover.
The info displayed on this page is derived from the Icelandic Meteorological Office. The forecast gauges display values for an index called the Kp-index.
The scale ranges from 0 to 9 where a value of 0 means that there is very little geomagnetic activity and a value of 9 means there is an extreme geomagnetic storm. But remember that even though the gauges show moderate to high activity, there is no insurance that you will be able to see the lights since the northern lights are a natural phenomenon and when it comes to nature, there are no guarantees!
If you want to read more about the northern lights, you can read more by looking at the articles below.
The ultimate Iceland Northern Lights guide for 2018 - Discover the best time & locations to see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) before your trip to Iceland. Don't miss the chance to see this amazing natural phenomenon!
So wouldn't it be awesome if you could capture an amazing photograph of the northern lights and show people back home what you witnessed on your journey in Iceland? Read this guide and learn how to set your camera up correctly when shooting the aurora borealis in Iceland.
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