, the Space Weather Prediction Center
is currently only forecasting G1 (minor) geomagnetic storms. So unless you live north of the green (G=1 or Kp=5) line here, it's more likely a non-event.
The most recent WSA-ENLIL solar wind model
also suggests the CME will deliver a more glancing blow than initially forecasted, hence the SWPC's more pessimistic forecast. That kind of change is also quite common. Be wary of aurora forecasts that are based on CME models made very soon after the CME happens. It pays to wait a little bit for the CME to move further, so that we have a better idea of its true shape and motion.
That all being said, aurora activity can be different than predicted, so it doesn't hurt to look. I've seen aurora several times when no significant activity was forecast, and sometimes when significant activity was forecast for my latitude, the show ended up being a dud.