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2014-10-24 14:18 UTC  ACTIVE REGION 2192 - STILL A THREAT

Since the Strong (R3) Radio Blackout solar flare on 22 Oct, Region 2192 has only managed to give us 3 Minor (R1) Radio Blackout solar flares.  It remains a potent force in both area (the largest active region since November, 1990) and complexity and is favorably positioned for generating both Geomagnetic and Solar Radiation Storms.  Is this a sleeping giant or a region lying in wait to hit us with more fury?  NOAA forecasters remain vigilant and will update this page as activity occurs.


Website Change Ahead! (Updated 10/21/2014)

Due to performance issues observed during today's attempted deployment of SWPC's new website, we have delayed that deployment while investigating further. It is SWPC's goal to ensure the highest level of functionality and performance when the site change is made. Additional updates on schedule will be provided as they become available. When the site change is implemented www.spaceweather.gov and www.swpc.noaa.gov will link to the new website that is currently in final beta release at origin-www.swpc.noaa.gov. For full details, please see the new site.

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