The latest of a series of massive coronal holes has turned to face the Earth, with it’s incredible intense solar wind to smash into the Earth’s magnetosphere sometime tomorrow.
It is the latest of an incredible string of massive coronal holes which have been showing up with incredible regularity since last September.
The coronal holes have been linked to large quake and volcano activity here on Earth and we can major quake activity in the coming days
NOAA forecasters estimate a 40% chance of polar geomagnetic storms late on Feb. 28th when the leading edge of a solar wind stream hits Earth's magnetic field. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for auroras as the month of March begins.