Please note, as with all Earth based weather forecasts, solar weather also changes on a daily and hourly basis. As such, understand that the following predictions are subject to change at any moment and therefore why the FlareAware alert system is an important tool in your arsenal for following solar weather:
Flaring chances have remained at a 50% chance for M class flaring and a 5% chance for X class flares. Active regions visible on the solar disk are at present stable with the most event prone regions slipping out of prime Earth-directed event range towards the back side of the Sun. Unsettled geomagnetic levels are possible on the 23rd – 25th due to effects of a coronal hole high speed wind stream passage.
Beyond this week, another possible coronal hole high speed wind stream feature may cause more disturbance around the 14th – 15th of May. Though no other specific events are currently forecasted, Earth directed CME events and severe flaring will quickly void quiet forecasted conditions.
• Due to risk factors associated with geomagnetic disturbances we have released the new Health Plus Plan designed to alert subscribers to periods of increased dangers such as:
• 210% rise in hospitalization due to heart attack
• 150% rise in hospitalization due to stroke
• 160% rise in occurrences of chest pain and irregular heart beat
• 10% - 15% rise in mortality rates, or death, due to the complications mentioned above
To add to these there are also recorded increases of depression, insomnia, suicide, homicide and other violent crimes.
Please consider the benefits of knowing when you're at risk so you can protect yourself and your family from further dangers.
A GENTLE REMINDER...
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