Low to none activity. If you are located within latitude range 66.5º N or higher you still could have a chance to see the aurora if the weather and light conditions are optimal. The aurora might be visible from places as far south as Longeyarbyen (Svalbard), Cape Chelyuskin (Russia), Grise Fiord (Canada), Savissivik (Greenland), Kirkenes (Norway) and Wainwright (United States).
The aurora forecast data is retrieved from NOAA and updates every 5 minutes.
The clouds play a big role when out to see the northern lights. Ideally, it should be cloudless as this maximizes the opportunities. You can see how the cloud layer is expected to be by looking at the map below. It is possible to navigate the map to find the place that is right for you.