NOAA reports that a CME is to hit Earth on July 13th. They have not estimated the approximate time or any other details at this point.
Models suggest a large increase in solar winds at the time the CME hits the Earths magnetic field and more details will be issued as we move towards its arrival.
Decaying sunspot AR1785 poses a slight threat for flares with NOAA estimating the chance of an M-Class flare at 30% and an X-Class at 0.1% over the next 24 hours.
Todays sunspot number is 85.
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