Solar Update: Despite the sunspot count (10 right now), solar activity remains relatively low to medium level. Sunspot 1309 has rotated onto the western limb and Sunspot 1315 appears to have faded away. A new region that formed towards the east of sprawling Sunspot group 1319 now looks to be fading as well.
The three largest Sunspot groups are currently 1314, 1316 and 1319. There have been 14 C-class flares in the past 2 days.
There will remain the chance for C-Class flares and a 35% possibility for M-Class events.
Just for you inquisitive minds, here's what happens to the atmosphere when there is a Earth-bound class C5 flare: