Visibility III / V
At 10:45 p.m., I noticed that the Cloud Cover is starting to shrink and a northern arc of northern lights is visible in the north of the cloud holes. Clothes on and to the nearest open terrain to check the situation. The cloud cover decreased with its decrease and when almost all the clouds were gone, the northern lights became active at about 11.22 pm. The active phase lasted about 10 minutes, after which a few more individual rays rose. Pretty soon after this, the clouds began to rise again and at 11.55 pm a little greenery was visible behind the clouds covering the northern horizon. So a pretty lucky timing with an almost clear sky and an active moment of northern lights hitting one.
The first three images from the active ten-minute period of the northern lights. The fourth image was taken before the active phase when the cloud cover was decreasing.