Northern Lights?

Northern Lights (aurora borealis) can be seen at times but are not very common and usually less spectacular than further north. The best season appears to be late summer to winter (August to January). Since Northern lights are triggered by solar flare activity which is somewhat unpredictable, you cannot plan for this spectacle. In an average year, we have about half a dozen good displays and 10 to 20 others.

Our night skies and moonlit nights are very impressive though, as there is no light or air pollution in the area.