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Three M-Class Flares w/Earth Directed CMEs
by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
Solar activity has been active for the past 48 hours. Three M-class flares have fired off from sunspot region 1618. The largest solar event of this period was an M3.6 flare event on Nov. 21st 15:10:00 UT. There was an M1.7 at 12:36:00 UT and M1.4 at 19:21:00 UT.
Region 1618 developed into a beta-gamma-delta magnetic configuration which gives it a potential for X-class flares. A filament eruption occurred between Nov. 20th (2305 UT) to Nov. 21st (0200) UT near sunspot region 1613.
A geomagnetic storm is expected on Nov. 22nd and 23rd and all three CMEs hit Earth's magnetic field. There is a greater than 70% chance of continued M-class flares from region 1618 with a 25% chance of X-class flares.
Watch for extreme weather events over the holidays - which include earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and tropical storms. Also note - there has been a 6.0 magnitude or larger earthquake every day since the Nov. 13th total solar eclipse.