STORM WATCH: A large canyon-shaped hole in the sun's atmosphere is
facing Earth and spewing a stream of solar wind toward our planet.
Estimated time of arrival: 2 to 3 days from now. This has prompted NOAA
forecasters to issue a geomagnetic storm watch for March 28th when
storm levels could reach category G2--that is, moderately strong.
Auroras could descend from the Arctic Circle to northern-tier US states
from New York to Wisconsin to Washington.
Visit Spaceweather.com to learn more about the incoming solar wind stream and what makes it so potent.