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2014-08-19 23:44 UTC  G2 Conditions Observed

The geomagnetic storm that has been underway for the past few hours has hit G2 (Moderate) storm levels. G2 (Moderate) storming is possible for the next several hours, with conditions possibly persisting through just after midnight of the 20th (EDT).  Aurora watchers across the northernmost states in the lower 48 continue to have the opportunity to view the aurora, clear skies permitting.  Stay tuned for updates.


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