Solar Storm Set To Strike Earth Today On 27th December; Here’s What To Expect

Solar Storm Set To Strike Earth

According to sources, “A warning has been issued about an upcoming solar storm which that is slated to strike Earth today i.e. on 27 December. This comes as on 24th December, a coronal mass ejection (CME) occurred subsequent to the eruption of a magnetic filament on the side of the Sun that faces Earth.”

As per SpaceWeather, “Minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on Dec. 27th when multiple CMEs launched two days ago might graze Earth’s magnetic field. Misses are equally likely as hits, so this is a low-confidence forecast.”

According to The Weather Channel, “latest predictions indicate that the upcoming event might only have a slight impact on the Northern part of Earth. Further suggesting the possibility that the CME could gently pass by our planet’s magnetic field, giving us a mild experience instead of a significant geomagnetic storm. If the CME interacts with Earth, we might witness a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm on 27 December. G1 storms are the weakest in the scale (G5 being the strongest) and occur approximately 900 days over an 11-year cycle.”

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