While we are still on impact of CME from X-flare events from March 9th, the sun got new M-class flare eruption.
Effects from the 07 March CME was slowly subsiding during day one (11 March), but the arrival of a coronal hole high speed stream is expected to become geoeffective late on day two (12 March) through day three (13 March).
Geomagnetic Storming took place at high latitudes and was caused by effects from an incoming CME. There will remain the chance for minor geomagnetic storming. Right now Kp index showing relatively high number (Kp6) and that’s been classified as Geomagnetic storm. A solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole is likely to brush past Earth’s magnetic field on or about March 14th.
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