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Updated 09/30/2014 @ 15:00 UTC
Solar Update
Good morning. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on the final day of September. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low with no major flare activity to report. Regions 2172 and 2173 showed signs of minor decay, but will remain a threat for an isolated M-Class solar flare. The other region of interest, region 2175, is currently stable as it continues to rotate closer towards the northwest limb. All other visible sunspot regions were stable. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day.


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UPDATED 2014 October 01 0030 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was low. The largest flare of the period was a C2/Sf at
30/0444 UTC from Region 2173 (S14W66, Eai/beta-gamma). Region 2178
(S03E32, Dao/beta-gamma) showed growth and increased magnetic complexity
during the period and new Regions 2180 (N12W13, Bxo/beta) and 2181
(S09E23, Hrx/alpha) were numbered today. All other regions on the disk
were either stable or in decay. While several complex regions remain on
the solar disk, as well as multiple filaments, no significant activity
occurred during the period and there were no Earth-directed CMEs
detected during the period.

.Forecast...
M-class flares (R1-R2, Minor-Moderate) are likely with a slight chance
for an X-class flare (R3-Strong) on days one and two (01-02 Oct). A
decrease to low activity with a chance for M-class flares is expected on
day three (03 Oct) as Regions 2172 (S10W57, Fkc/beta-gamma), 2173 and
2175 (N17W79, Ekc/beta-gamma) continue rotate around the west limb.

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