Sunspot activity is expected to peak in 2024, resulting in increased aurora activity.
The northern lights are caused by charged particles from the sun colliding with Earth's atmosphere.
The strength and visibility of the aurora depend on the intensity of the solar activity.
The forecast suggests that the northern lights could be visible at lower latitudes than usual.
Aurora enthusiasts should plan trips to areas with clear skies and minimal light pollution for the best viewing experience.
The forecast is based on a combination of historical data and current observations of the sun's activity.
While the forecast is not a guarantee, it provides a good indication of what to expect in the coming years.