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2014-04-21 03:43 UTC  Geomagnetic Storm Winding Down

The minor (G1) geomagnetic storming  that occurred on April 20 is winding down with activity solidly below the peak levels.  Isolated periods of activity below minor remain possible, but everything should be back to quiet by mid-day on April 21.  The S1 (Minor) radiation storm that occurred as a result of the eruption on the 18th continues a slow decay toward background levels.  The regions that drove this activity are becoming less threatening and slowly rotating out of view so continued activity is becoming less likely.  Stay tuned for updates.

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