Next Solar Storms: June 18-20 (k-index 5, high solar storm activity)
Solar Storms (also, geomagnetic storms) - are internal reactions of the Sun: solar mass ejections, flares on the surface and other actions that result in the energy that dissipates from the Sun in all directions, including the Earth; and colliding with its magnetosphere, it provokes geomagnetic activity.
Solar storms are powerful bursts of radiation that come from the sun. They are created when the sun’s magnetic field lines become stressed and break, causing massive explosions of energy from the sun. This energy is made up of charged particles, such as protons and electrons, which travel through space at extremely high speeds. When these particles reach the Earth, they interact with our magnetic field and atmosphere, resulting in a variety of effects. These effects can be seen in the form of auroras, radio blackouts, disruptions to satellites, and power grid failures.

Solar & Geomagnetic Storms Forecast June 2023

Online forecast of solar and geomagnetic storms is calculated using satellite systems NOAA, TESIS and scientific international weather laboratories around the world.

The forecast is updated online as such data is received from Sun activity
(usually, each 10 min).

Next Solar Storm Warnings:

June 18-20 K-index 5 (high storm activity)

Accurate forecast of Solar Storms
(geomagnetic storms) for June 2023

Updated: May 25, 2023
Data Sources: Solar Activity by Space Weather Prediction Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration & TESIS by LPI RAS
MeteoAgent – an app for weather-dependent people

Be prepared for weather changes and better understand your health


App for weather-sensitive & meteoropathy people which warns of sudden weather changes and a possible deterioration of well-being

– Check the weather changes
– Understand your weather pains
– Be ready for weather changes