On June 10th, three M-class flares were launched within a 10 hour period from sunspot region 1499. This region has now rotated around the western limb of the Sun. Yesterday; sunspot region 1504 released a low level M-class flare followed by a large CME (coronal mass ejection).
Large CME Video: CLICK HERE
This event is large and luckily it is off center and may provide a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field.
However, a giant sunspot region (1507) is now in position to release a super-flare which would be a direct hit to Earth if it occurs within the next 48 to 72 hours.
Four Sunspot Regions: Beta-Gamma-Delta Strength
Trailing right behind are sunspot regions 1504 and 1505 both of which are showing ‘beta-gamma delta’ strength. This means larger M-class flares or perhaps X-class flares are possible. Watch for extreme weather to break-out over the next 72 hours.