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June 10, 2018 @ 19:10 UTC
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The visible disk has been void of sunspots for six days in a row. There is currently no chance for noteworthy solar flares on the Earth facing side of the sun. Quiet conditions is expected over the next few days.


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Prepared jointly by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA,
Space Weather Prediction Center.
UPDATED 2018 June 19 0030 UTC

Solar activity was very low. Region 2713 (N05W13, Bxo/beta) underwent
minor spot distribution changes, but retained a simple bipolar
configuration and was inactive. Region 2714 (N08W41, Bxo/beta) grew
slightly, but its magnetic gradient and shear remained minimal. An area
of stable X-ray flux enhancement was observed in GOES-14 SXI imagery
nearing the east limb of the visible disk and is likely the return of
former Region 2712 (N15, L=176). No Earth-directed CMEs were observed in
available coronagraph imagery. The 2 MeV electron flux decreased from
moderate to normal levels early in the period; while the 10 MeV proton
flux continued at background levels.

  
Solar activity is expected to remain very low all three days as both
Region 2713 or 2714 have not shown indications of substantial growth;
therefore a persistence-based forecast of only a slight chance for
C-class flares is expected throughout the forecast period. It is unknown
at this time what the approaching active region (former Region 2712) may
contribute until it rotates into Earth-view; therefore, no increased
flare chances were attributed beyond the two visible active regions at
this time. The 2 MeV electron flux is expected to be at normal to
moderate levels on 19 June and increase to moderate to high levels on
20-21 June, in response to CH HSS effects. The 10 MeV proton flux is
expected to remain unchanged at background levels through the forecast
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