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Mostly Cloudy
Condition: Mostly Cloudy
Temperature: 4.8°C
Pressure: 102.4 kPa falling
Visibility: 24.1 km
Humidity: 49 %
Dewpoint: -5.1°C
Wind: S 17 km/h
Air Quality Health Index: N/A
Observed at: Edmonton Int'l Airport 01:00 AM MDT Tuesday 24 October 2017
Courtesy of Environment Canada

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Aurora Forecast
Written by Andy Kale   
Saturday, 27 October 2007

This website provides a real-time monitor of geomagnetic activity in the Edmonton area (though larger activity can be seen Alberta-wide). Join over 61,000 people using our free email alert service to know if there may be aurora visible tonight.  The current probability of witnessing an aurora tonight is:

Chance of Aurora tonight 15 18%

Current geomagnetic activity plots for the Edmonton region (and similar magnetic latitudes).  Yesterdays information can be seen on the left, todays on the right. (Click on the image to enlarge).

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Todays magnetic activity
 

 
AlbertaSat team captures Aurora
Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 09 June 2017

Not content with launching Alberta's first cubesatellite, the ExAlta 1 team actually captured an amazing shot of the Aurora dancing behind the ground station. Watch the Aurora dance below...

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May 2017
Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 09 June 2017

The breathtaking images from May. Thanks go to Yvonne Eschenbach, Stan Deregowski, Jay Lee, Ron Ferris, Saifali Maknojiya, Warren Friesen, D and T Tanner, Ishant Dhanani, Lisa and Robert Moran, and Fabio Sandes.

Thanks to the following twitter users for sharing your tweets: Christina Parker (@CParkerPhoto), Justin Wondga (@jwondga), Riyaz Sharan (@ryzshrn), Images By Stan (@ImagesByStan), and William Vavrek (@williamvavrek).

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April 2017
Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 09 June 2017

The stunning images that were shared with us in April. Thanks go to James Parry, David Baxter, D and T Tanner, and Nicolas Bondu.

Thanks to the following twitter users for sharing your tweets: Images By Stan (@ImagesByStan), William Vavrek (@williamvavrek), VagabondExpedition (@VagabondExped), Muhammed Kizilkaya (@mekreykjavik), Erin Stinson (@studiostinson), Theresa (Tree)Tanner (@treetanner), Yuichi Takasaka (@ytakasaka), and Michelle Randall (@MichelleR22SD).

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March 2017
Written by Andy Kale   
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Here are the awesome images that users have shared with Aurorawatch in March 2017. Amazing Alberta skies! Thanks go to D and T Tanner, James Parry, Sean Rooney, Brent Boss, David Baxter, Mike Isaak, and Fraser Cutten.

Thanks to the following twitter users for sharing your tweets: Alan Dyer (@amazingskyguy), Theresa (Tree)Tanner (@treetanner), Valerie J (@ValerieJoyHornr), Ashok Godavarthi (@AshokGodava), Images By Stan (@ImagesByStan), Mike Isaak (@MikeIsaak), Bill Allen🐕 (@OutwestK9), William Vavrek (@williamvavrek), Liz All (@StarPhotographe), UW-Madison CIMSS (@UWCIMSS), Antonio Contreras (@antoniocont), and Muhammed Kizilkaya (@mekreykjavik).

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February 2017
Written by Andy Kale   
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Thanks to the following twitter users for sharing your tweets: and Images By Stan (@ImagesByStan).

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January 2017 (updated)
Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 10 February 2017

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Thanks to the following twitter users for sharing your tweets: Yuichi Takasaka (@ytakasaka), Valerie J (@ValerieJoyHornr), Images By Stan (@ImagesByStan), Dale Boan Imaging (@DaleBoanImaging), David McColm (@triwhistler), YXE Weather (@YXEWeather), and LeBlanc Photography (@LeBlancPhoto_AB).

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