The Sun continues to send us fast solar wind causing mild storming and bringing us aurora, in some cases clear to mid-latitudes. These conditions are expected to continue as Earth passes through yet another region of fast wind through the weekend. Amateur radio and GP operators should expect sporadic issues at high latitudes and near the dawn-dusk terminator. Catch up with the latest aurora pictures from the holiday storms and see what else the Sun has in store.
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