Source: Space Weather News
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Big Bear Activity Report
Solar activity is moderate. C-class events were observed in region NOAA 12055, 12056 and 12058. Region NOAA 12055 shows some new flux emerging near the trailing spot. Region NOAA 12056 is now a delta configuration again. C-class events are likely in region NOAA 12056. An M-class flare is possible in this region as well. C-class events are possible in regions NOAA 12055 and 12058.
Soho Video 5-8-14 to 5-12-14
Solar Flaring is picking up on the 11 – 12
SDO Video 5-10-14 5-12-14
For more data go to http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
Credit NASA, SOHO
Meteorologist Gregg Mccambley
A nice night with some clouds. Expect temperatures to drop into the upper 40s to near 50. Heading into tomorrow, expect beautiful conditions. Mostly sunny to start the day, with an increase in clouds in the afternoon with some isolated showers possible across the region late in the afternoon. Expect temperatures to approach near 70.
Continued quietness. Aside from a few c-class flares over the past 24 hrs, all else is quiet. Though I am keeping an eye on sunspots 2047 and 2049 as I could see an M-class eruption in the next 24-48hrs, and a minor chance for an X-class. Flare probabilities: C-class: 93%; M-Class: 52%; X-Class: 13%
Solar winds are nominal at around 350 km/s and geomagnetic activity is practically non-existent. Expect Kp values to remain at 2 or below.
4-30-14 hemet ca sand storm
February 2014 Pacific storm approaching California with round two. The rain storm is good news for the drought, but is causing flash flooding, high wind warning, heavy rain and snow fall.
Storm Image from Space VIA WIRED.com
90% Chance more wet weather is headed to the Inland Empire.
FOR THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC…EAST OF 140 DEGREES WEST LONGITUDE..
OTHER SYSTEMS WITH FORMATION POTENTIAL BEYOND 48 HOURS…
AN AREA OF DISTURBED WEATHER IS EXPECTED TO FORM A FEW HUNDRED MILES
SOUTH OF THE SOUTHERN COAST OF MEXICO IN A FEW DAYS. CONDITIONS
APPEAR TO BE CONDUCIVE FOR SOME FAST DEVELOPMENT OF THIS
DISTURBANCE…WHICH IS FORECAST TO MOVE QUICKLY TOWARD THE
NORTHWEST. THIS SYSTEM HAS BECAME A TROPICAL STORM WITH WIND GUSTS UP TO 60mph