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  1. February 28th: Thermosphere climate index: 38.2 billion watts. Kp index=5=storm. G1 minor storm, 24-48hrs Arctic auroras possible..
  2. Total sunspotless days to date is 42 not 43, 14 sunspotless days in January, 28 in February, do the maths. Amazing, a whole month without a sunspot, can we beat last years 32 day stretch? G1 solar flares today, auroras possible, wind speed on sun to reach 1 million mph. 27th Feb: Thermosphere climate index: 37.8 billion watts, a marked drop from previously. Kp index for 24hrs=5=storm.
  3. February 25th: Thermosphere climate index: 39.5 billion watts. Kp index=1=quiet. G1 class flare expected 27th February.
  4. 21st February: Thermosphere climate index: 38.8 billion watts. Kp index=4=unsettled.
  5. February 17th: Thermosphere climate index: 39.6 billion watts. Kp index=2=quiet.
  6. February 12th Thermosphere climate index: 38.6 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet.
  7. 10th February: Thermosphere climate index: 38.4 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet.
  8. February 7th: Thermosphere climate index: 38.8 billion watts. Kp index=2=quiet.
  9. February 6th: Thermosphere climate index: 38.7 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet.
  10. Its not that the solar cycle is written off, some researchers are of the belief that the grand minima doesnt begin until 2030, which is solar cycle 26. The beauty of it is, we are alive to witness this phenomena, exciting times...
  11. I think we will get cold periods during future winters, what ive learned with low minima sun, is weather patterns can get stuck in a rut due to amplification of the jetstream, instead of our normal westbto east jet flow, the jetstream meanders around like its no particular place to go. I do believe there is a lag effect too, so i would expect winter 2019/2020 to be particularly severe. As for spring and summer...roll the dice, either droughts, or floods or maybe both.
  12. Some experts are of the opinion that grand solar minimum begins 2030...solar cycle 25 will produce more sunspots than cycle 24...Ben Davidson of suspicious observers believes this is the case, it certainly looks like it so far...
  13. 3rd February: Thermosphere climate index: 37.7 billion watts. Kp index=3=unsettled.
  14. Thermosphere climate index: 35.9 billion watts. Kp index=5=storm.
  15. Sunspot Ar2733 still crackling with minor b and c class flares but decaying. 55% chance of g1 magnetic storm today. Arctic auroras possible.
  16. 31st January: Thermosphere climate index: 35.8 billion watts. Kp index=1=quiet. Solar flux: 74sfu
  17. 29th January: Thermosphere climate index: 35.5 billion watts. Solar flux: 76sfu Kp index=2=quiet.
  18. 28th January: Thermosphere climate index: 35.8 billion watts. Radio sun 74sfu Kp index=1=quiet.
  19. 26th January: Thermosphere climate index: 34.0 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet. Solar flux 72sfu.
  20. 23rd January: Thermosphere climate index: 31.8 billion watts. Solar flux: 71sfu Kp index=3=quiet.
  21. 22nd January: Thermosphere climate index: 31.8 billion watts. Solar flux 70sfu Kp index=2=quiet.
  22. Minor G1 geomagnetic storms for 23rd/24th January. Auroras in arctic circle possible.
  23. January 21st: Thermosphere climate index: 31.9 billion watts. Kp index=1=quiet.
  24. January 19th: Thermosphere climate index: 32.0 billion watts. Kp index=0=quiet.
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