“The Sun keeps us waiting as a coronal hole that has rotated into the Earth-strike zone has yet to send us some fast wind. Considering this is the third time we have danced with this coronal hole, we have a good idea of what it can do. Storm levels are possible with aurora views briefly down to mid-latitudes. Issues with amateur and shortwave radio communication is expected as well as glitchy GPS reception on Earth’s night side. Learn the details of the expected solar storm, how it might affect you, and what else our Sun has in store this week.”
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