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BGS Global Geomagnetic Activity Forecast

Forecast period
(noon-to-noon GMT)
Forecast Global Activity level
Average Max
27 MAY-28 MAY ACTIVE STORM G1
28 MAY-29 MAY QUIET STORM G1
29 MAY-30 MAY QUIET ACTIVE

For more information about the forecast and activity categories see
geomag.bgs.ac.uk/education/activitylevels.html

Activity during last 24 hours

Global   Local (UK)
Date Average Max At time (UTC) Average Max At time (UTC)
26 MAY-27 MAY QUIET QUIET 03:00-06:00 QUIET QUIET 03:00-06:00

Additional Comments

A coronal hole high speed stream is expected to become geoeffective during the first forecast interval, and is likely to continue to disturb the solar wind for a few days. A coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with an M-class solar flare, which left the Sun on 25th May could also hit the Earth with a glancing blow early on 28th May. Periods of ACTIVE geomagnetic conditions are likely throughout the three forecast intervals, with STORM G1 periods possible, particularly if the CME does arrive.
Time of forecast: 27 May 2022
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