Intense geomagnetic storms are attainable within the coming days as Earth’s magnetic subject is bombarded by a photo voltaic storm cloud.

Forecasters anticipate the worst of the photo voltaic storm to hit someday round Friday (July 22) at 8 p.m. EDT (July 23 at 0000 GMT) and into the early morning hours on Saturday (July 23). Throughout this time, a full-halo coronal mass ejection, or CME, will attain Earth’s magnetic subject. Forecasts observe that auroras could also be seen a lot farther from the poles than their ordinary latitudes. 

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