I don't know if it's ended but it looks like being a fairly moderate season over the UK as a whole. The Baltic state and Scandanavian observers seem to have had a better run of it this year. This is probably the norm with the particular wind flows over the continent.
I hope, though, that the past couple of lower activity seasons finally nailed the almost hysterical media claims promoted on some sites. NLC are "becoming more common", they're reaching "much further south" etc etc, mmmm, no they're not! The evidence of the past couple of years is clear. Even on a hobbyists forum like this just, look at the number of threads and posts.
I have always maintained that the increase in activity for a few years several years back was just natural variability plus the apparent anti phase with solar activity. It'll take MUCH longer to determine if any real change is underway due to the lengths of the cycles involved. Makes for a good end of the world headline I suppose.
Anyway, end of rant, I'd keep watching the skies. Nature can ALWAYS surprise us!!!
Not quite over yet for NLC from oop ere in Yorky Shire.I had a brightness 2 , Type I and II event last night(August 2/3 2014) from Elland,West Yorkshire.The report is on Tom McEwans NLC Net.Looked out to check and noted the event at 21:30 UT . Phoned a Leeds observer as an alert and took 3 shots from my 'well lit' driveway. In the time it took to move to a darker site the event was over here by 22:15 UT.The event was photographed from Elland , North Leeds and also from the Huddersfield/Wakefield area (picked up via a post event Twitter feed). Enjoyed the annual hunt again , frustrated by the lower clouds at times too. Best wishes , Len E