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.
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.
The planetary magnetics are calming…
The polar radiation is subsiding…
The solar wind is calming, we are within normal spaceweather range.
Coronal holes (dark) are coming in to face earth.
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.
No major quaking yet, but we’ve had two above-average rumbles in the western world.
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.