[ips-sf] SWS Summary Forecast for 24 September - issued 2307UT/23-Sep-2017 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
rwc at ips.gov.au
Sun Sep 24 09:07:53 EST 2017
Active region 2673, which in the previous solar rotation produced a
number of M- and X-class flares, is returning to the Earth-side view
of the sun. So today, 24 September, there is a remote chance of
M-class flares and possible short wave fades if the flares occurred.
The solar winds are expected to reach moderately elevated levels today
due to a small recurrent equatorial coronal hole now taking a
geoeffective location on the solar disk. As a result, the geomagnetic
conditions are expected to be between quiet to active levels today.
High-frequency radio communication users are advised to use slightly
higher than monthly predicted frequencies today.
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