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http://en.es-static.us/upl/2017/01/coronal-hole-1-3-2017-via-spaceweather-lg-e1483487805972.jpg

 

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Coronal holes are regions where the sun's magnetic field peels back and allows solar wind to escape.  The stream of wind emerging from this coronal hole recently blew past NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft with peak speeds near 700 km/s. Now it's our turn as the stream reaches Earth.

 

NOAA forecasters say there is a 60% to 65% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on Jan. 4th-5th as the fast-moving stream buffets our planet's magnetic field. Residents of the Arctic should expect G1-class geomagnetic storms and bright auroras in the nights ahead. 

It is supposed to affect regions as far south as Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  Yippeee!  I hope it ain't gonna be overcast.^_^

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