From: LARRY KLAES (ljk4_at_msn.com)
Date: Wed Apr 02 2003 - 12:27:28 PST
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From: Space Environment Center
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 12:15 PM
Official Space Weather Advisory issued by NOAA Space Environment Center
Boulder, Colorado, USA
SPACE WEATHER ADVISORY OUTLOOK #03- 13
2003 March 31 at 9:26 a.m. MST (2003 March 31 1626 UTC)
**** SPACE WEATHER OUTLOOK ****
Summary For March 24-30
Space weather has reached minor levels during the previous week. A
category G1 (minor) geomagnetic storm occurred on March 27th and a
second category G1 storm occurred on March 29th and 30th. The
geomagnetic storms were due to a coronal hole with high speed solar
wind. For a list of adverse system effects related to space weather
storms, please refer to the NOAA Space Weather Scales.
Outlook For April 2-8
A category G1 (minor) geomagnetic storm is possible early in the week
due to waning effects from a coronal hole with high speed solar wind.
There is a slight chance of a category R1 (minor) radio blackout during
the week due to a couple of moderate sized sunspot regions with the
potential for moderate flares.
Data used to provide space weather services are contributed by NOAA,
USAF, NASA, NSF, USGS, the International Space Environment Services
and other observatories, universities, and institutions. For more
information, including email services, see SEC's Space Weather
Advisories Web site http://sec.noaa.gov/advisories or (303) 497-5127.
The NOAA Public Affairs contact is Barbara McGehan at
Barbara.McGehan_at_noaa.gov or (303) 497-6288.
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