Magnetic filament eruption took place beyond the western limb, producing a halo or partial-halo CME on November 3. In fact, three CME clouds were ejected into space, with one appeared to have slight chance to become geoeffective.
Minor solar wind stream from Earth-facing coronal hole is en route to Earth and it’s expected to arrive on November 4/5. It could spark aurora displays around Arctic circle.
The solar activity for the past 24 hours consisted of a few, low-level B-class flares. There is a slight chance for an isolated C-class flare. New Region 1604 was assigned and is a small bipolar region while all other regions on the disk remain quiet and stable.
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