Did that aurora pan out? Working Aurora can be an interesting experience. Aurora can even influence AM broadcast band DXing, by blocking propagation from areas normally heard, allowing weaker signals from elsewhere to be heard. Lots of fun, that.
(rendered on 27-Nov-08 1637 UTC)
Sun Spots: 0 as of 11/26/2008 :: Flux: 68 | Ap: 11 | Kp: 2 (19 nT)
Solar Wind: 512 km/s at 1.0 protons/cm3, Bz is 0.0 nT
(Nov 27, 2008 at 1630 UT)
Most recent satellite polar pass:
Centered on 11/27/2008 : 1456 UTC
Aurora Activity Level was 6 at 1456 UTC
Looks like there was minor aurora this morning. How about last night?
There's still a chance for some minor geomagnetic disturbance, today, with the Solar Wind speed above 500 km per second. If the Bz (B-sub-Z) dips negative, it will degrade geomagnetic calm, in turn possibly triggering some aurora. Gotta have some plasma as well. Otherwise, it will just depress the ionosphere, lowering the usable frequencies.
Let's see what comes... but I suspect the best opportunity has passed.