Aurora and solar data, coming straight from the space, literally, updated every few minutes to give you the most accurate forecast.
Weather forecast accurate to your geolocation. Really useful if you want to know if you need a raincoat or not (spoiler: you need one 99% of the time in Iceland).
Weather alerts coming from the Iceland weather agency (Veðurstofa Íslands), to make sure you don’t drive when the conditions are way too bad.
You are able to share your position if you see aurora around you and you can look for the the places where it is the most active at the moment.
A full vector cloud coverage map overlay that gives you the best chance to find a clear sky spot and increase the probability to see the aurora.
Notifications will be sent to you when a good aurora forecast is happening, to not miss anything and weathers alerts, when the forecast is not safe to go out and drive.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is an American scientific agency.
This is used to get the space and solar data for the aurora forecast.
Belgingur are experts in high resolution weather forecast, and global Wind Energy.
This is used to get the weather forecast and the cloud overlay.
Icelandic Meteorological Office is the Iceland's national weather service.
It gives us the raw data for the weather alerts across Iceland.
Mapbox is a large provider of custom online maps for websites and applications.
The map with users location and the cloud overlay layer.