[ips-sf] SWS Summary Forecast for 22 July - issued 2351UT/21-Jul-2016 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

rwc rwc at ips.gov.au
Fri Jul 22 09:51:55 EST 2016

Solar activity was moderate due to two M-class flares (M1.2 and M.1.0,
peaking at 0046 UT and 0149 UT, respectively) produced by active
region 2567. Yesterday this region also produced two C-class flares,
which peaked at 2217 UT and 2351 UT and are probably associated with
CMEs, which may have geoeffective components. Today solar activity is
expected to be low to moderate due to a chance that AR 2565 and AR
2567 will produce relatively weak M-class flares. The solar wind speed
gradually declined from 460 km/s to 410 km/s due to waning coronal
hole effect. The solar wind is expected to continue approaching its
background levels.

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