Please note, as with all Earth based weather forecasts, solar weather also changes on a daily and hourly basis. As such, understand that the following predictions are subject to change at any moment and therefore why the FlareAware alert system is an important tool in your arsenal for following solar weather:
With chances of M and X class flares at a minimum of 1%, space weather this week is expected to remain at the current low for at least 2-3 days. Only two numbered active regions remain on the solar disk both with C flare capabilities at best. The return of old region AR1754 is expected over the next 24-48 hours perhaps bringing with it some perceivable rise in activity. Slight geomagnetic disturbances may also be observed on the 10th of June due to coronal hole effects, however little else can be predicted this week.
In the weeks to come, the 21st - 22nd of June may bring unsettled geomagnetic levels in response to another coronal hole high speed wind stream (CH HSS). Another CH HSS is again expected to cause disturbances on the 28th of June, possibly through the 1st of July, as effects subside. No other space weather events can be predicted at this time.
• Due to risk factors associated with geomagnetic disturbances we have released the new Health Plus Plan designed to alert subscribers to periods of increased dangers such as:
• 210% rise in hospitalization due to heart attack
• 150% rise in hospitalization due to stroke
• 160% rise in occurrences of chest pain and irregular heart beat
• 10% - 15% rise in mortality rates, or death, due to the complications mentioned above
To add to these there are also recorded increases of depression, insomnia, suicide, homicide and other violent crimes.
Please consider the benefits of knowing when you're at risk so you can protect yourself and your family from further dangers.
A GENTLE REMINDER...
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