Update: 5:45pm Eastern Time
Earthquake Condition Index B+
The Alaskan 6.1 will hopefully be the last of it. I would rather report the greatest foreshock flop of all time than a tsunami in the northwest indian ocean. The next coronal hole became geo-effective today and lasts through Thursday.
The sunspots still look ready to go, the plasma filament do not appear fully stable, and we are expecting a lot here at earth as well. We do NOT expect any practical danger from the coming space-weather. I would guess that a KP6 is the highest we could see, and probably less.