Sun 21 Oct 2018 00:48 MDT
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Mainly Clear
Condition: Mainly Clear
Temperature: -4.8°C
Pressure: 102.0 kPa rising
Visibility: 32.2 km
Humidity: 75 %
Wind Chill: -9
Dewpoint: -8.7°C
Wind: SW 11 km/h
Air Quality Health Index: N/A
Observed at: Edmonton Int'l Airport 12:00 AM MDT Sunday 21 October 2018
Courtesy of Environment Canada

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Aurora Forecast
Written by Andy Kale   

This website provides a real-time monitor of geomagnetic activity in the Edmonton area (though larger activity can be seen Alberta-wide). Join over 66,000 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 19%

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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