But if you don't know when it's happening, you won't see it . . .
You need customized Aurora Alerts.
Did you know that most large Auroras happen with only 30 or 40 minutes warning?
You’ll get unlimited alerts by email, text or even a phone call customized for your location. Choose any or all methods. You have complete control over when you want alerts and when you don't.
We'll even watch your local weather so you won't be bothered by Aurora Alerts when it's way too cloudy to see them.
The whole point of all this technology is to put you under a massive Aurora without bothering you unnecessarily. You’re busy. With the Aurora Alerts Service, you don’t have to actively do anything once you're set-up. We’ll watch the Aurora for you, and contact you only when you need to be.
What do you get with your Personal Alerts subscription?
With your subscription you get three things:
1) Personal Aurora Fast Alert Service - This is our most accurate service. Often Auroras happen with no advance warning other than these 30 to 60 minutes alerts.
You'll be notified via text, phone and/or email as you see fit.
Your local weather and the strength of the Ovation map model will automatically be taken into account - all to maximize your chance of seeing an Aurora.
2) Planning Service - A one to three day heads up of a possible Aurora.
3) Three day forecasts - Free 24/7 access to our new 3 day forecast customized for your local time.
Is it worth it to get Aurora Alerts?
Just imagine, is seeing a beautiful Aurora worth the price of a nice cup of coffee?
For the price of a nice cup of coffee, become a part of the elite Aurora watching community.
Only $4.95 a month! No Commitment. Cancel anytime!
BONUS: First Month Free. Cancel anytime.
“I felt such a sense of awe and communion as I watched this beautiful, full-sky Aurora. I can't really explain it, but as long as I live I will never forget that night.
Whether you decide to get Aurora Alerts or not, I hope that someday you become a part of that fortunate group who have stood before this wondrous sight.
Good luck, and I do hope you join us.”