Update: 6:00pm Eastern Time:

Apologies all, I need to save my voice tonight. We’ll begin with the US/Mexico/Canada Weather Forecast Map from NOAA. We see a chance for severe weather in the same area noted this morning. I would also like to call attention to the pink zone at the top/center of the image. The words that got cut off are ‘freezing rain’ – and local residents should take precautions this evening while driving.
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We have almost no solar flaring. Limb filament eruption can be seen here. In the U-Yen system, we  can expect an intensification of at least one tropical storm to major levels by tomorrow.
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The planetary magnetics are calming…
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The polar radiation is subsiding…Screen Shot 2014-04-06 at 5.51.48 PM

The solar wind is calming, we are within normal spaceweather range.Screen Shot 2014-04-06 at 5.51.56 PM

Coronal holes (dark) are coming in to face earth. Screen Shot 2014-04-06 at 5.52.05 PM

As described this morning, the red marks beneath the 4/9 mark signify those incoming holes (above), and they are of tremendous power. Refer to this morning’s news for the planetary situation – Mars will be in geocentric opposition of the sun.Screen Shot 2014-04-06 at 5.52.14 PM

No major quaking yet, but we’ve had two above-average rumbles in the western world.Screen Shot 2014-04-06 at 5.52.22 PM

Earthquake Condition Index: B- to B
Ramp expected to B, B+, and maybe A- in the coming 6 days based on the planets/coronal holes.