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G2 storm, Sunspot region 2651

Moderate G2 geomagnetic storm conditions were observed this night due to persisting coronal hole solar wind stream influences. Conditions remain favorable for more geomagnetic storming likely up to the minor G1 storm level in the coming hours.

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