Sep 19, 2016

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STORM WATCH

Storm Category: G1 (Minor)
Watch Begins: Monday, September 19, 2016
17:00 MDT

Duration: 48 Hours

Storm Watch Details:


HIGH SPEED SOLAR WIND STREAM 
•  Increasing solar wind speeds and possible G1 (Minor) geomagnetic storm conditions are expected on Monday and Tuesday as Earth sweeps into the path of a high speed solar wind stream that originated from a coronal hole. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center has issued a 48-hour storm watch that will take effect at 5 p.m. MT on Monday, September 19.

Real Time Space Weather Websites:

SDO Solar Activity Data
Latest WSA/Enlil CME Arrival Time Predictions

Latest NOAA Alerts/Warnings
Current Northern Hemisphere Auroral Oval
Watch for CME Impact By Observing ACE Real Time Data

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Feb 16, 2016

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STORM WATCH (UPDATED)

Storm Category: G1 (Minor)
Watch Begins: Tuesday, February 16, 2016
17:00 MST

Duration: 48 Hours

Storm Watch Details:


ONGOING EFFECTS 
• The delayed arrival of an Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) on Tuesday in conjunction with a high-speed solar wind stream has triggered steady geomagnetic storm activity since Monday, and the latest data suggests that G1 (Minor) storming will be possible again on Wednesday and Thursday. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center has issued a 48-hour storm watch that will take effect at 5 p.m. MT on Tuesday, February 16. For the latest visualization of the solar wind stream, check out the CME Arrival Time Prediction web page.

Real Time Space Weather Websites:

SDO Solar Activity Data
Latest WSA/Enlil CME Arrival Time Predictions

Latest NOAA Alerts/Warnings
Current Northern Hemisphere Auroral Oval
Watch for CME Impact By Observing ACE Real Time Data

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Feb 13, 2016

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STORM WATCH

Storm Category: G1 (Minor)
Watch Begins: Saturday, February 13, 2016
17:00 MST

Duration: 48 Hours

Storm Watch Details:


INCOMING CME
• The arrival of an Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) on Sunday evening is expected to trigger G1 (Minor) geomagnetic storm activity overnight on Valentine’s Day, with a possibility of unsettled and stormy conditions continuing on Monday evening as well. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center has issued a 48-hour storm watch that will take effect at 5 p.m. MT on Saturday, February 13. For the latest visualization of the incoming gust of solar wind, check out the CME Arrival Time Prediction web page. Observers across the North should be on alert for active auroras in the hours following CME impact.

Real Time Space Weather Websites:

SDO Solar Activity Data
Latest WSA/Enlil CME Arrival Time Predictions

Latest NOAA Alerts/Warnings
Current Northern Hemisphere Auroral Oval
Watch for CME Impact By Observing ACE Real Time Data

Read More