Another low level M-Class flare, this time raching M1.3 took place at 13:00 UTC Friday morning. The source of this flare was Sunspot 1319 which is approaching the western limb.
The prediction of geomagnetic storms just got a whole lot better, thanks to the WSA-Enlil space weather model now running on NOAA supercomputers. The WSA-Enlil model helps SWPC narrow forecasts of storm arrival times from a 30-hour window down to a 12-hour window. “Ambient” model runs, which do not include coronal mass ejections (CMEs), are run every two hours – results are here. When a CME threatens, the model is run in a different mode and the most recent results are here (This page currently features a series of CME’s that erupted Oct 1.
If you value what we do here, create your ad-free account and support our journalism.
Your support makes a difference
Dear valued reader,
We hope that our website has been a valuable resource for you.
The reality is that it takes a lot of time, effort, and resources to maintain and grow this website. We rely on the support of readers like you to keep providing high-quality content.
If you have found our website to be helpful, please consider making a contribution to help us continue to bring you the information you need. Your support means the world to us and helps us to keep doing what we love.
Support us by choosing your support level – Silver, Gold or Platinum. Other support options include Patreon pledges and sending us a one-off payment using PayPal.
Thank you for your consideration. Your support is greatly appreciated.