[ips-sf] IPS Summary Forecast for 25 January - issued 2324UT/24-Jan-2014

rwc rwc at ips.gov.au
Sat Jan 25 10:24:58 EST 2014

Solar activity was very low during 24 Jan UT. There were only B-class
solar X-ray flares, the largest a B9.2 event peaking at 10:37 UT.
C-class flares are possible during the next 48 hours. The Coronal Mass
Ejection (CME) observed leaving the south south east limb of the solar
disk commencing 07 UT on 24 Jan will not be geoeffective. A major H
alpha solar filament has rotated into a geoeffective position. The
solar wind speed has been steady and light in the range 350-400 km/s.
Geomagnetic activity has been quiet and is expected to remain quiet
during the next 48 hours. HF radio propagation conditions in the
Australian region softened during 24 Jan but are expected to be
enhanced to strongly enhanced today, 25 Jan UT.

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