If you can’t see the aurora in person, then a webcam view might be the next best thing. Here you’ll find a list of all the webcams that are set up to capture the aurora, sorted by north to south. Check the Ovation aurora map below to see approximately where they are located in relation to the aurora. The shadow on that map also shows you where it is currently dark.

While live video streams are the best to watch, all sky images can be useful to check as well.
Keep in mind that some webcams will shut off in the summer when there is too much daylight.

1Kjell Henriksen ObservatoryNorwayLongyearbyen, SvalbardImage
2Lyngen North Aurora CamNorwayRotsundVideo
3Aurora Borealis (LIVE!)FinlandUtsjokiVideo
4Lights Over LaplandSwedenAbiskoImage
5MittarfeqarfiitGreenlandVarious (17)Video
6Fairbanks Aurora CameraUnited StatesFairbanks, AKVideo
7Live From IcelandIcelandVarious (30)Video
8AurorasNowFinlandHankasalmiAll Sky
9AuroraMAXCanadaYellowknife, NTAll Sky
10Northern Studies CenterCanadaChurchill, MBVideo
11Shetland Cliff Cam 3UKSumburgh, ShetlandVideo
12Auroracam HDCanadaAthabasca, ABAll Sky
13Sunshine Village Aurora CamCanadaBanff, ABVideo
Aurora Live Abitibi Québec
CanadaVal-Saint-Gilles, QCVideo
15Dusty Star Observatory Sky CamUnited StatesGlacier National Park, MTAll Sky
16Skunk Bay Night CamUnited StatesHansville, WAImage
17Isle Royale WebcamsUnited StatesIsle Royale National Park, MIImage
18North Dakota Dual Aurora CameraUnited StatesInkster, NDVideo
19Marshall W. Alworth PlanetariumUnited StatesDuluth, MNAll Sky
20NEOC Star CamUnited StatesMillinocket, MEVideo
22Geophysical InstituteUnited StatesFairbanks, AKAll Sky
23Rothney Astrophysical ObservatoryCanadaCalgary, ABAll Sky
24Mount Wellington WebcamAustraliaHobart, TasmaniaImage
25Queenstown RoundshotNew ZealandQueenstownImage