Chance of Thanksgiving Day Solar Flare, Aurorae?

It seems likely that AR1618 flare activity will continue through Thanksgiving, and if you live at high latitudes, you may be lucky enough to see some Thanksgiving Day aurorae. The sun is currently bathing our planet in a moderate-speed stream of solar wind. Although a full-blown geomagnetic storm isn’t expected, there’s a chance of some heightened auroral activity near the Arctic Circle.

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