Space Weather for August 13, 2022 UTC Time  

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Solar Indices  (Aug. 13 @ 21:05 UTC)
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3 Day Geomagnetic Forecast
August 14
August 15
August 16
2-3 (G0)
2 (G0)
2 (G0)

Max Kp

M-Lat   05%
H-Lat   25%
M-Lat   01%
H-Lat   15%
M-Lat   01%
H-Lat   15%


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Past 24 Hours:  Unsettled

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GOES-16 SUVI (304a)

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Global D-LAYER Absorption
Current Solar Flare Threat
C-Flare: 90%
M-Flare: 25%
X-Flare: 05%
Proton: 01%

Flare Events (M2+) Past 48 Hours   |   Event Report   |   Top Solar Flares
No Noteworthy Flare Events Detected.

Visible Sunspot Regions  |   Sunspot Summary   |   SRS (txt)
3071 3074 3076 3077 3078 3079 3080 3081

Latest Space Weather News
Solar Update
August 13, 2022 @ 02:55 UTC
Here is a space weather update as we head into Saturday, August 13th.

The solar X-Rays during the past 24 hours was at fairly quiet, although increased levels with a number of low level minor C-Flares detected. AR 3076, newly assigned AR 3079 and a new active region forming in the northeast quadrant will be the most likely sources for additional C-Flares. An isolated moderate M-Flare could also become a possibility should sunspot growth and magnetic complexity continue to evolve as well.

A long coronal hole (CH14) stretching from the southern hemisphere to the north could be the source of a high speed solar wind stream past Earth later next week. This will be monitored over the next several days.

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