Solar activity on Tuesday was at low levels with only minor C-Flares detected. A filament in the vicinity of plage region 2787 erupted beginning at approximately 06:30 UTC and produced a coronal mass ejection (CME) that is mostly directed to the east and away from Earth. Nevertheless, a weak glancing blow may be possible later this week. This is very uncertain however.
AR 2790 Update
New AR 2790 which was the was source of a large eruption and CME on November 29th appears to be reforming some spots around the main core and will be monitored. C-Flares will remain likely with a smaller chance for an isolated M-Flare.
An aurora watch will remain in effect for the next 24 hours should the edge of the Nov 29 CME slide past our planet.