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Geomagnetic Storms KP4 Moving South 3 June 2012 415 am edt Sun Spot Number 113 X Class M Class Solar Flares Solar Wind Speeds at 323.8 km per second

June 3, 2012

17+ Severe Storm Cells Kp 4 Kp5 Kp6 Kp7 Kp8 Kp9 on 3 june 2012 435 am edt hail heavy rains flooding st lawrence seaway west coast alaska torndoes oklahoma to little rock north america canada usa

17+ Severe Storm Cells Kp 4 Kp5 Kp6 Kp7 Kp8 Kp9 on 3 june 2012 435 am edt hail heavy rains flooding st lawrence seaway west coast alaska torndoes oklahoma to little rock north america canada usa

geomagnetic storm auroral oval NOAA 16 June 3 2012 07 51 UT North America USA

geomagnetic storm auroral oval NOAA 16 June 3 2012 07 51 UT europe asia

geomagnetic storm auroral oval NOAA 16 June 3 2012 07 51 UT New Zealand

geomagnetic storm auroral oval NOAA 16 June 3 2012 07 51 UT antarctica


Geomagnetic Storms KP4 Moving South 3 June 2012 415 am edt Sun Spot Number 113 X Class M Class Solar Flares Solar Wind Speeds at 323.8 km per second

kpmap kp 3 -kp 9 north america 120 ° to 60 ° W to E 30 ° N to 50 ° N 2 June 2012 KP 2 and 3 943 am EDT QUIET

kp_25-map of north pole greenland USSR USA Henrietta Isl 80 ° – 60 ° North

Solar wind
speed: 323.8 km/sec
density: 1.2 protons/cm3
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 0807 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: B9 0449 UT Jun03
24-hr: B9 0449 UT Jun03
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at: 0800 UT

sun spot number was up to 151 now it’s

Sunspot number: 113
What is the sunspot number?
Updated 01 Jun 2012

Planetary K-index
Now: Kp= 2 quiet
24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled
explanation | more data

Interplanetary Mag. Field
Btotal: 8.7 nT
Bz: 5.9 nT south
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 0807 UT

Geomagnetic Storms:
Probabilities for significant disturbances in Earth’s magnetic field are given for three activity levels: active, minor storm, severe storm

Updated at: 2012 Jun 02 2200 UTC

Mid-latitudes
0-24 hr
24-48 hr
ACTIVE
20 %
35 %
MINOR
10 %
20 %
SEVERE
01 %
05 %

High latitudes
0-24 hr
24-48 hr
ACTIVE
15 %
10 %
MINOR
25 %
30 %
SEVERE
30 %
50 %

** SEVERE weather for high latitudes storm cells moving South at KP4 will go to Kp5 and Kp6 on 3 June 2012 **

low depression systems – high wind speeds over 100 km /hr gusting to 150 km per hr, tornado warnings, tidal waves for coastal areas, higher wave heights, hail stones, heavy rains over 50 mm up to 200 mm+ in one hour, mass flash flooding inland and coastal towns. high streams, rivers, lakes, dangerous currents.

you will see in high pressure systems the barometric pressure increase over 105.00 + indicates high wind activity over 100 km per hr gusting to 150 km per hr +, tornado warnings, hail stones, flash floods along coastal areas.

data source spaceweather.com

Kp4 kp 5 kp kp6 areas geomagnetic storms x class m class solar flares 433 am edt kp4 3 june 2012 Intellicast Weather Active Map

during high and low tides in oceans expect to see solar wind speeds increase from 300 km per second +

whenever the solar wind speeds decrease then our wind speeds on earth increase over the geomagnetic storm areas.

i will update solar wind activity on this blog post while watching the effects of the planetary alignments transits of mercury mars jupiter venus sun moon earth asteroids distances will come closer to earth based on geomagnetic storms, x class m class solar flares, sun spots will increase as Venus approaches and passes around the SUN, earthquake seismic activity will increase, solar wind speeds will fluctuate higher during the sun’s peak temperature cycles usually around 5 am to 5 30 am, 12 noon to 2 30 pm and 500 pm to 530 pm.

i do a solar wind reading every couple of hours to see what changes, the sun spot number comparison. we have 6 potential sun spot solar flares for m class x class, the data doesn’t always post online fast enough so i go by which sun spots disappear.

spaceweather.com is taking photos of venus and other planetary transits from june 3 2012 to june 6 2012 and posting them for you to study or submit your own work.

update 1134 am edt 3 june 2012 323 km/hr to 358.6 km/h

Solar wind
speed: 358.6 km/sec
density: 3.2 protons/cm3
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 1527 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: C1 1209 UT Jun03
24-hr: C1 1209 UT Jun03
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at: 1500 UT

Sunspot number: 113
What is the sunspot number?
Updated 01 Jun 2012

Planetary K-index
Now: Kp= 4 unsettled
24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled
explanation | more data

Interplanetary Mag. Field
Btotal: 14.8 nT
Bz: 14 nT south
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 1526 UT

A large coronal hole is emerging over the sun’s eastern limb. Solar wind flowing from the opening should reach Earth on June 5-7. Credit: SDO/AIA.

data from spaceweather.com

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