[ips-sf] IPS Summary Forecast for 27 January - issued 2320UT/26-Jan-2014

rwc rwc at ips.gov.au
Mon Jan 27 10:20:57 EST 2014

Solar activity was low during 26 Jan UT. The largest solar X ray flare
was a C6.1 event peaking at 10:13 UT from Active Region (AR) 1960. The
3-day outlook is for more C class solar flares, with a small but
increasing chance of an M class flare. AR 1944 and 1946 are located
just beyond the east limb and will soon rotate onto the visible disk.
Depending on how they develop during coming days, these regions have
the potential to increase solar activity significantly. The solar wind
speed has been light in the range 350-390 km/s and is expected to
remain light during the next 48 hours. Geomagnetic activity has been
quiet and is expected to remain quiet during the next 48 hours. HF
radio conditions are expected to be near normal to enhanced across the
Southern Australian region, and mostly enhanced throughout the
Northern Australian region.

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