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aurora-forecast-northern-hemisphere earths axis shifts right creating geomagnetic storm cells in KP 5 2015 02 18

February 17, 2015
aurora-forecast-northern-hemisphere earths axis shifts right creating geomagnetic storm cells in KP 5 2015 02 18

aurora-forecast-northern-hemisphere earths axis shifts right creating geomagnetic storm cells in KP 5 2015 02 18

aurora-forecast-northern-hemisphere earths axis shifts right creating geomagnetic storm cells in KP 5 2015 02 18

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the idea girl says
I always look at spaceweather.com to see how the auroras are, I noticed they shift to the right over the GREAT lakes in ontario canada and it ALWAYS generates a geomagnetic storm, that moves from KP1 to Kp3 to Kp5 or lower depending on the Low pressures and now we have sub artic cold winds bringing our temperatures down to – 25 to – 30.

Intellicast   Weather Active Map geomagnetic storm cells form over great lakes and mirror by atlantic east coast aurora's shift earths axis 18 feb 2015

Intellicast Weather Active Map geomagnetic storm cells form over great lakes and mirror by atlantic east coast aurora’s shift earths axis 18 feb 2015

Intellicast Weather Active Map geomagnetic storm cells form over great lakes and mirror by atlantic east coast aurora’s shift earths axis 18 feb 2015

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http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx

the idea girl says

I finally got the data to show you the simularities in feb 17, 18, 2015, from space weather and intellicast satellite images.

to prove when the aurora’s shift from russia to northern canada, and dip down towards the great lakes, our storms move from KP1 to KP3 (unsettled) and then form into a KP5 STORM.

geomagnetic storms for KP 7 on 13 sept 2014 below great lakes southern ontario to USA

geomagnetic storms for KP 7 on 13 sept 2014 below great lakes southern ontario to USA

geomagnetic storms for KP 7 on 13 sept 2014 below great lakes southern ontario to USA

KP5 is in a storm feb 17, feb 18, 2015.

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olar wind
speed: 450.7 km/sec
density: 5.7 protons/cm3
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 0111 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: B5 2316 UT Feb17
24-hr: B7 0644 UT Feb17
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at: 2359 UT

Planetary K-index
Now: Kp= 5 storm
24-hr max: Kp= 5 storm
explanation | more data

Interplanetary Mag. Field
Btotal: 10.6 nT
Bz: 2.7 nT north
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 0111 UT

It also boosts the coronal hole solar wind speeds.

Solar wind flowing from these polar coronal holes should reach Earth on Feb. 20-21. Credit: SDO/AIA.

http://www.spaceweather.com/

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