Well, I was out for some lunar observing this evening when I decided to take a break and look for some open clusters in Cassiopeia and Perseus. Turned around and lo and behold the whole sky from N/NW to N/NE was a vivid red to reddish orange. The intensity varied from quite dim to very bright. No curtains or streamers like some of you northern guys get, and no color other than the red/orange, but it was cool just seeing it this far south.
The area that it was visible stretched from about 25 degrees west of Polaris, over to just shy of the Pleiades, and up through Perseus to about 65 degrees.
This is the third time that I have seen an auroral display from down here, and it never ceases to amaze me.