Wow, what a night. We were forecast to have pretty good Aurora, but when I checked at 10 pm, it was mostly cloudy over Bear Valley. I checked again at 11 pm and BAM! It had cleared up and there was the most intense display of the season. Incredibly vivid pinks, which are pretty rare this far south. What a treat as we rapidly head towards the end of the Aurora season. It's getting light out quickly. There was even a hint of daylight on the Western horizon at 11 pm. The really intense, fast-moving displays only lasted for a couple of minutes each. These were really fast moving. The whole show lasted just over an hour, and then the clouds moved back in.