March 14, 2017

Deeper Look – Episode 26 (2017)

So to review. The strongest, largest high-pressure cells on the daylight side (and to the west) during magnetospheric compression events should intensify, along with their downward currents, and we should see the progression from those areas towards low pressure earthspots above nearby fault lines.

Let’s refer to this as Space Weather Atmospheric Pressure Effects (SWAPE).

NOAA Magnetic Deviation Maps

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  • Dave Posh
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    Looking forward to seeing what the new tool, Magnetic Perturbations, shows during space weather activity.

  • Billy Rogers
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    I would like to see lightning strike data in the mix as well Ben Billy R 2017

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